The effect of consumption motivation on the perception of gift store attributes in jewelry retail stores and its influence on repurchase intention

Ana Cristina Munaro, Elaine Martins, Heitor Takashi Kato

Abstract


Purpose – The study assesses the effect of hedonic and utilitarian motivations on the perception of atmosphere and service quality, on satisfaction, and on repurchase intention in a Brazilian retail chain of silver jewelers.

 

Design/methodology/approach – A mall-intercept survey of 160 consumers and a structural equation model analysis were conducted using the SmartPLS software. Also, the research data were subjected to partial least squares multigroup analysis (PLS-MGA).

 

Findings – In general, the store’s display/layout and customer service significantly impacted the customer’s satisfaction and repurchase intention. Utilitarian consumers showed greater satisfaction in stores with background music. Hedonic consumers showed a strong relationship between the store display/layout and the customer service, and also between satisfaction and repurchase intention, indicating that the satisfaction they encounter with the store’s atmosphere and service leads to repurchase intention.

 

Originality/value – Hedonic and utilitarian consumers differ in the cognitive procedures that are activated while shopping. By offering a store atmosphere tailored to the customers’ orientations and decisions, retailers can increase consumer satisfaction of both hedonic and utilitarian consumers. In theory, the study addresses consumer motivation theory within the retail atmosphere, specifically gift shops in the silver jewelry segment.


Keywords


Hedonic motivation. Utilitarian motivation. Store atmosphere. Gift store. Silver jewelry retail.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.7819/rbgn.v21i5.4029

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