Marketing communications in conditions of strict regulation of advertising: case of the alcohol market

Detta är en Master-uppsats från Jönköping University/Internationella Handelshögskolan

Sammanfattning: This master's thesis explores the impact of marketing communication tools on consumer behavior in the Russian alcohol market. Russia is a dark market. The dark market is a market where outdoor advertising is prohibited, as well as advertising on TV and radio. As such, communications with consumers in these markets are strongly regulated by the government. The study provides an overview of current trends in the alcohol market in the world and in Russia. The purpose of this study is to analyse Russian consumers' perceptions of marketing tools and the impact of these promotion tools on the purchase of strong alcohol under the AIDA model. For this purpose, the study examines the legislation governing the Russian alcohol market. The paper provides a description and classification of channels and instruments used in communications with consumers in the dark market conditions. Further, the perception of these methods by Russian consumers under the AIDA model is considered. The study identified the most effective channels of communication for marketing companies. Moreover, the ethical aspect of promoting alcohol products was discussed. The survey results showed that Russian consumers are loyal to both alcohol advertising and the market in general, as well as to their own brands. These results can be used by companies to create marketing campaigns and plan their budgets.

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