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2- 1. Rural Marketing Research. Learning objectives. Be aware of research tools for rural market Understand role of rural marketing consulting agencies in rural marketing research Comprehend the challenges & limitations for conducting rural marketing research. Rural Market Research.

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rural marketing research

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Rural Marketing Research

learning objectives
Learning objectives
  • Be aware of research tools for rural market
  • Understand role of rural marketing consulting agencies in rural marketing research
  • Comprehend the challenges & limitations for conducting rural marketing research
rural market research
Rural Market Research

The systematic design , collection, analysis and reporting of data and findings relevant to a specific marketing situation facing the company

types of rural studies
Types of Rural Studies
  • Quantitative studies
    • Since penetration and consumption of most products are low, the market is under development, hence quantitative studies cannot be done for most products
  • Qualitative studies
    • 4As of Rural marketing – Acceptability, Affordability, Awareness and Availability
    • U &A (Usage & Attitudes) or KAP (Knowledge, Attitude and Practices)
    • Feasibility
    • Mapping distribution, promotion and communication channels
sources methods of data collection
Sources & Methods of Data Collection
  • Ensuring the support of opinion leader
  • Behaving in a manner to be liked by rural people
  • Being at right places:

- Village Chou pal

- Retail outlet

- Fairs

- Haats

data collection
Data Collection
  • Secondary Data –
    • Census of India, NCAER, CSO, DRDA, Panchayat office
  • Primary data
    • In-depth interview, focus group discussion,
    • social research (PRA),
    • Scaling method, wheel, faces of rating,
    • Questionnaire,
    • Sampling
primary data
Primary data
  • PRA technique
    • Is a set of approaches and methods to enable rural people to share, enhance and analyze their knowledge of life and conditions, to plan and to act.
  • PRA Tools
    • Social mapping : capture house location/ caste distribution
    • Resource mapping : availability of resources
    • Seasonality diagram : information on the basis of seasons
    • Venn diagrams : to identify various issues with relative importance
research tools for rural market
Research Tools for Rural Market
  • Semiotic Analysis – (AC Neilson ORG-MARG) appropriate colors, signs and symbols to avoid inappropriate ones. Helps advertising agencies in promotion mix
  • Customer eQ – (AC Neilson) quality, satisfaction and loyalty which provides information about brand equity
  • Advanced Tracking Programme (ATP) – (IMRB) tracking brand health and brand equity to analyze different brands performance
research tools for rural market1
Research Tools for Rural Market
  • Consumer ID – (IMRB) different consumers relate and react to different variables of product
  • Lincompass – (Lintas) a software tool maps rural market
  • Mapping software – ARCVIEW - agricultural maps, socio-cultural maps, national and state highway , identifies potential market up to village level and provides with respect to accessibility, coverage and penetration
do s and don ts in rural market research
Do’s and Don’ts in rural market research
  • Wears simple clothes
  • Familiar with local language or accompany a known person
  • Spent time with villagers even though it is not needed to his research
  • Purpose and its benefits to villagers should be explained in order to get correct data\'s.
  • Issues sensitive to respondents should be carefully handled
  • Male researchers should approach a woman through her husband or guardian of the woman.
  • Avoid one- to-one interact as they gather as crowd.
  • Researcher always carry food, water and first aid kit to avoid health problems
limitations challenges in rural marketing research
Limitations & Challenges in Rural Marketing Research
  • Nature of Rural Market
  • Scarcity of Rural Marketing Research Budget
  • Lack of Uniformity in Secondary Data
  • Accessibility
  • Lack of Facilities in Rural Areas
  • Comprehension of Research Tools
  • Sensitivity of Rural People
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