Which Brands Don't Succeed in the Female Market?

When brands don't know how to approach women, this segment of the population removes products from their value equation because they can't establish a rational, less emotional relationship.

Friday, May 3, 2019

4AM Saatchi & Saatchi White Rabbit together with Prensalibre.com carried out the study "A Guide to Understanding the Consumer", and one of its objectives was to understand how women behave with respect to brands in the Guatemalan market, in a context of economic slowdown.

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Juan Bernárdez, the firm's consultant, commented to Prensalibre.com that "... If brands don't communicate with women, they're missing an incredible opportunity, because it's an audience that no one is talking to, that is, they're not connecting well with them, no one knows how to do it, and it's a moment of transition where they're looking for and opening new spaces, because they're reunderstood the gender."

Olga Camey de Noack, professor of marketing at Rafael Landívar University, said that "... some of the characteristics of women in recent market research show that they are more prone to originality and the search for variety, greater social interaction and curiosity. It is interesting to determine whether advertisers who advertise in different media are aware of the opportunities they have in a female market, which is constantly opening up and responding to stimuli that promote consumption.

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When comparing brand loyalty by gender, the study states that 60% of women are loyal to a brand, while in the case of men the proportion reaches 65%, meaning that men are more loyal to brands than men.

In relation to the transit of people in the Metropolitan Area of Guatemala according to consumption capacity, requires an analysis of CentralAmericaData that in zones 14, 15 and 16 of Guatemala City, and the sector known as Carretera a El Salvador, which covers part of the municipalities of Santa Catarina Pinula, San José Pinula, Fraijanes and a small part of Villa Canales, constitute the "corridor" of approximately 60 km2, through which transits about 60% of consumers with the greatest purchasing capacity in the metropolitan area of the country.

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