An exploratory research among fashion business leaders and neuromarketing company executives on the perception of applied neuromarketing
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CitationKurtoğlu, A. L. & Ferman, A. M. (2020). An exploratory research among fashion business leaders and neuromarketing company executives on the perception of applied neuromarketing. Journal of Management Marketing and Logistics, 7(2), 72-80. doi:10.17261/Pressacademia.2020.1225
Purpose- In the last two decades neuromarketing is considered to be an evolutionary concept within marketing that makes use of neuroscientific tools in order to measure human related factors such as attributes, emotions, memory and perceptions which influence the consumer decision making. The application of neuromarketing to various industries brings up new opportunities as well as new challenges. This purpose of this exploratory study is to shed light upon neuromarketing literature and to investigate the perception of neuromarketing and fashion executives towards applied neuromarketing in global and Turkish fashion industry. Methodology- Following the up to date literature review about theoretical and applied neuromarketing, in-depth interviews with Turkish neuromarketing executives and fashion leaders are executed. Findings- The findings show that there are discrepancies and similarities between the usage of applied neuromarketing in the globe and Turkey. In-depth interview findings show that the perceptions of Turkish fashion executives about neuromarketing differ from previous literature and different priorities exist to apply neuromarketing in fashion. Conclusion- The findings are expected to help developing the collaboration of applied neuromarketing in fashion industry and support managerial decisions in marketing related resource allocations.