A STUDY OF CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS GARDEN TOOLS

Dr. Haldhar Sharma, Mr. Sandeep Goyal

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Abstract:- The study examined association between age & expenses on garden tools and age & budget on garden tools. The data were collected from 400 respondents using survey instrument. The highest expense is made by the age category 40-60 years and lowest made by 18-25 years.  It is also clear from the study that there is an association between age and budget for the garden tools. The study revealed that the mean value is highest for the age category more than 60 years and lowest for 18-25 years. For the analysis mean and ANOVA is used.

Keywords:  expense on garden tools, budget on garden tools, age, income, occupation and consumer behavior.


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