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Research papers

Fashion merchandising

This paper is based on experience and experiments over a number of years in a small chain of shoe shops, all concentrating on women's and men's fashion shoes. The paper tries to make an assessment of the factors that are influenced by fashion in the...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Martin D. Callender
December 4, 1974

Research papers

Country casuals

The research described in this paper was instigated by Jaeger Limited and the Coats Eaton Group. The objective was to investigate the viability of marketing a new range of women's wear to the middle market, where it was felt there was a gap. The...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Mette Leaver
December 4, 1974

Case studies

The role of innovators in the diffusion of style process

This paper presents a short case study of the introduction of a new automobile in a small town. It analyses the characteristics and the role of innovators in the diffusion process. The analyses have shown that innovators with opinion leadership...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: Coskun Samli, John C. Rogers
December 4, 1974

Research papers

Gatsby

Limited research was conducted specifically for the purposes of this paper to investigate the Gatsby phenomenon, with particular emphasis upon the facets of the problem discussed above. Budgetary constraints prevented our conducting an elaborate or...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: Jackie Dickens, Jonathan Wilkinson
December 4, 1974

Research papers

Predicting product performance on the basis of consumer opinions

Over the last 18 months, empirical studies have been conducted by Scantest Research Limited using a research technique called Scantest. This technique attempts to predict, from consumer opinions, rank order sales and absolute percentage sales for...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: William Arthur Dunning
December 4, 1974

Research papers

Management information system for the retail menswear industry

It is only comparatively recently that U.K. menswear retailers have begun to implement modern management techniques and information systems. However, those systems that do exist lack any foundation in an understanding of the market processes...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: Gordon S.C. Wills, David F. Midgley
December 4, 1974

Research papers

A segmentation study of the market for foundation garments

The shape of our paper is this. First to describe to you the background and our objectives. Second, to tell you briefly what was done. Third, to run over the key results found in Great Britain, fourth to say how they were used. And finally to offer a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: H. Hargreaves, R. C. Roberts
December 4, 1974

Research papers

Psychological problems relative to the coordination and gathering the efforts of leaders in the woman's ready-to-wear field

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the investigation made on the specific problems the creatives and executives of promotional strategy have met for several years in the woman's ready-to-wear market. The operation "Style and Way of Living"...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: A. Crépy
December 4, 1974

Research papers

The diffusion of fashion innovations among U.S. college students

Improved knowledge of the characteristics of consumer change agents, opinion leaders and innovators, can provide the fashion marketer with an informed basis for tactical and strategic decision-making. The research project reported in this article...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Steven A. Baumgarten
December 4, 1974