Impact of Brand Image and Service Quality on Consumer Purchase Intention: A Study of Retail Store in Pakistan

Muhammad Arslan, Rashid Zaman


The objective of this research is to determine the relationship between brand image, service quality and price on consumer purchase intention. Normative and informative susceptibility has indirect effect on consumer purchase intention. The empirical analysis were determined by collecting data from sample of 301 consumers of large retail stores. The findings of study reveal the positive effect of brand image and service quality on consumer purchase intention. Results reveal the insignificant relationship between price and consumer purchase intention. The findings also documented that consumers in large retail stores don’t bother prices because consumers consider that the stores charge reasonable prices. Most of consumer’s purchases depend upon the brand image and service quality. Normative and informative susceptibility have positive effect on brand image. The recommendations and suggestions are very helpful for managers and operators of large stores. Brand image depends on informative and normative susceptibility.

Keywords: Brand image, informative susceptibility, normative susceptibility, service quality

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