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Year 2016 
Volume 24 
Issue 4

Attitudes of Polish Consumers Toward Experiential Marketing

Monika Skorek
University of Warsaw

2016 24 (4) Central European Management Journal

DOI 10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.185

Abstract

Purpose: The experience economy is a concept that can be defined as a new way of perceiving the market offer of an enterprise, focusing on the customer experience. Enterprises, both in the production and service industries, are becoming similar to one another on a massive scale, which makes it increasingly difficult to stand out. The response to this can be to offer the consumer an unforgettable experience related to a product or service provided by a company.

Methodology: This study analysed the results of qualitative research on the attitudes and opinions of Polish consumers on experience marketing.

Results/findings: The results showed that participants of the study were prepared to transition from the economy based on products or services to an economy based on experiences at a moderate level. They declared a willingness to participate in experiences offered by companies but at the same time focus on the cost and utility of them.

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Skorek, Monika . “Attitudes Of Polish Consumers Toward Experiential Marketing”. Central European Management Journal, Central European Management Journal, 24, no. 4 (2016): 109-124. doi:10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.185.