Ferdinand, Augusty Tae and Sutopo, Sutopo (2014) MENINGKATKAN LOYALITAS PELANGGAN DALAM MENGHADAPI PERSAINGAN RITEL (Studi Pada Toko Warakas). Masters thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Competition in the retail business is growing rapidly Semarang, where there are currently many emerging minimarket in the entire city of Semarang. The level of competition in the retail world market is very tight and had too many players who are involved with very large capital, to face the market competition is too tight the need for the concept of different strategies with other competitors who have very large capital. Right strategy to enter the market with different marketing concept is the social business strategy, and grew to involve the community, where companies try to gain an advantage, but also to solve social problems by using business methods. This research will discuss about improving customer loyalty through customer retention to support competitiveness of prices, incentives and community stakeholders the role of social communities. The sampling technique used in this study is purposive sampling method. Respondents who used as much as 115 respondents are mothers decision makers in the community entered by Warakas. The data analysis technique used is stuctural equation model (SEM) of the software AMOS 21. Results of SEM analysis for the full model has met the criteria for Goodness of Fit - Full Model is a chi square of 97.016; probability of 0.139; CMIN / DF amounted to 1,169; GFI by 0904; TLI was 0.970; CFI of 0.976; RMSEA of 0.038. Thus it can be said that this model is feasible to use. The test results of the four hypotheses, proving the existence of a single hypothesis is rejected. Based on this research can be concluded that there are two factors that significantly affect customer retention is the price competitiveness of the social and community stakeholders. The price competitiveness of the factors proved to have the strongest influence on customer retention than the social community stakeholders while not proven community incentives affect customer retention.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > HF Commerce
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Management
ID Code:48455
Deposited On:05 Apr 2016 09:11
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