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The Impact of Proximity Marketing on Consumer Reactions and Firm Performance: A Conceptual and Integrative Model

@inproceedings{Bilolo2015TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Proximity Marketing on Consumer Reactions and Firm Performance: A Conceptual and Integrative Model},
  author={Augustin Bilolo and Harold Boeck and Fabien Durif and Nataly Levesque},
  booktitle={Americas Conference on Information Systems},
  year={2015}
}
Firms are increasingly using “Proximity Marketing”, an emerging form of marketing built upon advances in wireless and social technology. This paper draws upon the literature in technology innovation, marketing and psychology to propose an integrative research model that combines technological and consumer characteristics in an adoption model that draws heavily on consumer values as an important antecedent of Proximity Marketing adoption. Few studies have focused on the impact of Proximity… 

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