Consumer Buying Behaviour towards E-Commerce during COVID-19

Authors

  • Mounika Veeragandham Student, Department of PGDM, Universal Business School, Karjat, India
  • Nikhil Patnaik Student, Department of PGDM, Universal Business School, Karjat, India
  • Rishitha Tiruvaipati Student, Department of PGDM, Universal Business School, Karjat, India
  • M. Guruprasad Professor, Department of PGDM, Universal Business School, Karjat, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47607/ijresm.2020.292

Keywords:

Consumer buying behaviour, E-commerce, Post pandemic, Online shopping

Abstract

The job and effect of E-commerce business on Consumer behaviour are driving the business wide adoption of Consumer behaviour analysis for pulling in more shoppers and improving their shopping experience. There is a noteworthy change in buyer’s mentalities and shopping conduct, most of them are relied upon to remain post-pandemic. The lockdown has forced purchasers to question their shopping habits including cost awareness, preference inclination for neighbourhood items and the emotional move towards internet business. To what extend the pandemic changed the buying behaviour of consumer towards online purchases. Traditional or online practices, which one is most likely to be followed post pandemic. Are they satisfied with the e-commerce sites and their offerings?

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Published

18-09-2020

How to Cite

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M. . Veeragandham, N. . Patnaik, R. . Tiruvaipati, and M. . Guruprasad, “Consumer Buying Behaviour towards E-Commerce during COVID-19”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 9, pp. 78–82, Sep. 2020.

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