Kreditkort till en yngre målgrupp : Relationsuppehåll genom vilja eller hinder
This thesis concerns the Swedish credit card market to a younger public and specifically Nordea as a card editor. The purpose is to investigate whether a Swedish bank can, and want to build long term relationships with a young public through credit cards, and if so, how they do this.
The theoretical background formulated by researchers Bendapundi and Berry consists of four key factors of relationship maintenance; trust, dependency, dedication and constraint. These key factors are also assembled in an analytical framework. The empirical findings mainly consist of interviews with three employees at Nordea. They describe a recent segmentation of the bank’s customers with the issuing of a new credit card; Mastercard Silver. This card was developed to be more simplistic in comparison to the bank’s premium card VISA Gold, and was developed to be the card user’s first credit card.
The analysis leads to the conclusion that there are factors inclining both that the credit card could, and could not be an important tool for relationship maintenance, in a constraint based as well as a dedication based relationship, although the card seems to play an important part in maintaining the customers that really desire such a product.
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