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Volume 76, 2020The 1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (ICSH 2019)
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The Impact of Product Knowledge and Product Involvement to Repurchase Intention for Tupperware Products among Housewives in Surabaya, Indonesia
Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics, Petra Christian University, Jl. Siwalankerto 121–131, Surabaya 60236 Indonesia
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The number of consumers can be used as a measuring tool in determining the company's sales success. Repurchase intention reflects the needs of consumers in repeat purchasing patterns. Factors that can increase repurchase intention are knowledge of products and consumer involvement with products. Product knowledge can increase repurchase intention because with the information about the quality of the product can trigger repeat purchases. Also, product involvement can increase repurchase intention because the consumers can evaluate the products directly and decide to purchase another product that has met their needs This study aims to measure the effect of product knowledge on repurchase intention and the effect of product involvement on repurchase intention on Tupperware products for Surabaya market. The research is using a quantitative approach, and take a sample from housewives who reside in Surabaya. Data are collected through questionnaires distributed to 150 people. Only 102 questionnaires are valid. Then, the data are processed using SPSS. The results show that product knowledge affects repurchase intention and product involvement significantly affects repurchase intention in Tupperware products among housewives in Surabaya, Indonesia.
Key words: Customer product knowledge / customer product involvement / customer repurchase intention
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