How permeable to cause-related marketing are millennials?

Susana Costa e Silva*, Paulo Duarte, Ana Filipa Lopes Marinho, Božidar Vlačić

*Autor correspondente para este trabalho

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Resumo

This study aims to explore millennial consumers’ intention to participate in cause-related marketing (CrM) campaigns. Building upon the previous literature on CrM, the authors outline six determinants of consumers’ intention to purchase products involved with CrM campaigns. Taking into consideration these determinants, the conceptual model was tested using SPSS and SmartPLS software. This study's findings based on the 229 millennials reveal that the company’s perceived motivation, brand–cause fit, consumer-cause identification, type of product, and frame of donation were relevant when it came to purchasing intention of products under CrM campaigns. These results reinforce the findings from previous literature and provide more specific information on the millennial generation. The current findings are useful for companies to develop better cause-related marketing campaigns targeted at this specific group of consumers. To reach the consumer more successfully, it was proved that absolute values provided to the cause are impactful in donators/clients’ perception of the campaign and purchase intention of the products associated.
Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (de-até)335-360
Número de páginas26
RevistaInternational Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing
Volume18
Número de emissão3
DOIs
Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - set. 2021

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