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1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY.
Sales promotion involves the marketing activities other than advertising, publicity or personal selling, that stimulate consumers’ purchase and dealer effectiveness. The success of any organization largely depends on customers’ patronage.
Before any product or service can be sold, the use of promotional technique and communication is very necessary for achieving the target objectives of that organization. The customers are very important in this present era, this is because without the consumers there will be no marketing and promotional activities of products for effective sales promotion, the consumers have to be aware of that product before it can be patronized for rapid sales.
Sales promotion is any initiative undertaken by an organization to promote an increase in sales, usage or trial of a product (i.e initiative that are not covered by the other elements of the marketing communications or promotional mix). Sales promotion are varied often, they are original and creative and hence a comprehensive list of all available techniques is virtually impossible (since organizational sales promotion are launched daily). There are some of the examples of popular sales promotion activities for examples-: tasting of food and drink at sampling points in supermarkets.
Discounted prices: the reduction in the price of a product within a short period of time. Competitions and prize draw, in Newspapers, Magazines, on the Television, Radio and Internet, sales promotion is growing rapidly in recent years because of the consumer behavior towards the patronizing of products and services.
The impact of sales promotion on customers patronage can be examined among the consumers of kaduna north local government which the survey would be focused on household product such as soup detergent, noodles, cosmetics and toothpaste which are produced by different manufactures and use different sales promotion techniques to market their products.
Sales promotion is a promotional tool directed towards awareness creation of a product and to make more sales, the attitude of a consumers towards patronized of company’s product is less effective because of ignorance of sales promotion. The medium used to pass the information regarding the products also constitute for the product to be known to consumer which leads to less patronage by the consumers, product that the are displayed in that market, the sales force make use of a particular technique which may not draw the attention of the consumer towards purchase.
Sales promotion stimulates trial, increase consumer demand or impure product availability, and the firm use it to stimulate consumer purchase or aid dealer effectiveness. Sales promotion when directed at consumers is used to obtain the trail of a product to introduce a new or improved product to encourage repeat or greater usage by current users.
When directed at sales people it innovates sales force, stabilize fluctuating sales pattern, it educates sales force about product improvement. And when directed at resellers, it increases resellers inventories, to improve product distribution to obtain display and other support for products.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The problem faced in the marketing is lack of awareness of the product by the consumers. The consumer purchases product that are displayed in the market but there is no proper communication between the sellers and consumers. The dealers in that market buys products from sales men but lack knowledge of the product in the market the problem faced are:
i. lack of awareness of the products by the consumers
ii. placement of the products in the shops without carrying out sales promotion and not minding if the products would be bought by the consumers on time or not.
iii. the attitude of consumers toward sales promotion is less effective
iv. Lack of setting place for promotional activities is also a problem because for sales promotion activities to be properly executed the place of the sales promotion should be along the central market Kawo market or place there such consumers are found in mass in other to patronize that product. Sale promotion is a promotional tool aimed at making more sales in a short time. An attempt has been made to find out the cause of why sales promotion activities are not properly executed in some particular area and why consumers perceive sales promotion negatively
1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The objective of this research work was to have extra knowledge about sales promotion and how sales promotion activities can be used to improve sales, attract customers to a product and how it can also help to improve the profit margin of a company if successful.
i. To find out if customer respond positively to sales promotions
ii. To find the best promotional technique to use in drawing attention of customers
iii. To find out if sales promotion activities influences the patronage of a company’s product
iv. To find out if sales promotion activities can be help meet up with competitors.
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The significance of the study is to ensure that the problem that constituted to the acceptability of sales promotion by some consumers mostly in kaduna north are precisely in Kawo market the researcher wants to make sure that the way sales promotion is viewed in the negative aspect should be credited completely. The study is targeted on the impact of sales promotion on customers patronage. What really instigate consumer to purchase the product, could it be as a result of free gifts, discounts or content, it will serve as a reference material for students in future who many be interested to carryout a research on sale promotion. An organization would have the knowledge of why consumers patronize the product and how to prove their technique in carrying out sales promotion activities. (consumers will know the relevance of sales promotion and continue in the purchase of the product. It will also serve as a pre-requisite for the award of HND in Business Administration in kaduna polytechnic.
1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
i. How does customers respond positively to sales promotion?
ii. In what way can sales promotion technique be used to attract attention of consumers?
iii. How do sale promotion activities influence the patronage of a company’s product?
iv. How can sales promotion activities help to meet up with competitors?
1.6 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The research was centered on the pact of sales promotion on consumers patronage. The research work is conducted in the area of sale promotion activities. The research will be carried out within kaduna metropolis, around central market, Kawo market Kaduna north region. The project is conducted using survey method to source for information that will ass it the proper success of this project.
1.7 LIMITATION OF THE S TUDY
This research is focused on how sales promotion activities influences customers patronage. The researcher makes use of the survey method to gather information that will help to achieve success of this work.
The research is limited to customers in kaduna north local government, precisely around Kawo and central market. To asses what constituted to the impact of sales promotion on consumers patronage in kaduna North local government. Time available for the completion of this project will be managed towards achieving the purpose of conducting the research work.
1.8 DEFINITION OF TERMS
The definition of terms used in the project are clearly stated and properly defined.
SALES PROMOTION: the marketing activities that add value to the value to the product for a limited time period to stimulate consumer purchasing and dealer effectiveness.
ADVERTISING: is any paid form of non- personal presentation and promotion of idea, goods, and or service by an identified sponsor”.
PUBLICITY: Non- personal stimulation of demand for a product service or business unit by planning commercially significant news about it at a published medium either Radio or televisions that is not paid for by sponsor.
PERSONAL SELLING: it is the face to face interaction between the seller and the buyer.
PROMOTIONAL MIX: these are tools used by companies in marketing their products to customers/consumers. Which are sales promotion, personal selling, advertising and publicity.
CONSUMER: an individual who is brand loyal to a products or service of a particular producer or manufacturer.
MARKETING: it is the identification of needs creating means of providing the product and service toward satisfying the consumer at profit.
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