The Impact of Sales Promotions on the Performance of Auto-Mobile Industries in Ghana: A Case Study of PHC Motors (Accra-Ghana)

Isaac Tandoh, Loretta Sarpong


The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of sales promotion on organisational performance in the auto mobile industry in Ghana.   The study was conducted at PHC Motors Ghana’s Retail Outlet in Accra, Ghana.  The objective of the study was to examine the relationship between sales promotion and organisational performance, to examine the effect of sales promotion in the automobile market, and to identify the challenges hindering sales promotions effectiveness.The study used descriptive research approach and the data was purely quantitative. In order to achieve this objective, thirty (30) respondents were selected using purposive and random sampling techniques. The Data was analysing using SPSS obtained from the field. The research revealed that the impact of sales promotion on organizational performance in PHC is intense. Also, from the management perspective most of the respondents agree that sale promotion provides extra incentives to purchase as well as stimulating resellers demand and effectiveness. The study devoted to conclude the relationship between sale promotion and the organizational performance, most sales promotion provide extra incentives to purchase as well as stimulating resellers demand and  effectiveness. It revealed that effective sales promotion increase sales. The researcher therefore recommended that, management of PHC Motors should embark on more strategic sale promotion in order to increase their market share and profitability.

Keywords:  Sales promotion, Auto mobile industry, Performance, Relationship, Ghana.


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