Consumer Choice. Consumer Decisions - Stage 5 Commerce. Consumer Choice – Commerce and Choice. key factors affecting consumer decisions finance , price, marketing, age, gender, convenience, service environmental considerations. comparison shopping types of goods and services
Consumer Decisions - Stage 5 Commerce
Make a list of the services you consume on a weekly basis.
Select 10 goods you would purchase during a typical week and then copy and complete the table as shown above.
Select a product sold in a range of locations and from different sources and report on comparison-shopping processes. Include a picture of the product.
Design an educational pamphlet to outline
the steps consumers take to avoid impulse
buying. Include pictures and illustrations to
help get your message across.
Develop a mind map of the different types of retail outlets.
Design a pamphlet or power point presentation informing consumers of the advantages and disadvantages of either direct marketing or internet shopping.
Select one online shopping site and answer the following questions:
How easy is this site to use?
What types of goods are available from this site?
How are the goods delivered, how long does this take and what are the delivery charges?
What payment options are available?
How secure is the site?
Present your findings
in the form of
access www.choice.com.au and www.consumersonline.gov.au and investigate ethical consumerism.
it needs to be produced and processed
product is manufactured in Australia
but contains imported ingredients.
gross income (total income) - tax
Potato chips are available in the following package weights and prices. Use the unit pricing method to work out which is the best value?
500g packet $2.50
750g packet $3.60
1kg box $5.30
Write down two wants relevant for each of the five age groups
Using word art list words to show options Australians could use to purchase a computer.
Using the internet find the name and contact details of a mobile pet grooming and gardening service.
Using pictures from the internet create a collage of factors that influence consumer decisions.