Die Gestaltungsfaktoren des Einkaufserlebnisses

  • Andreas TothEmail author


Dieses Kapitel definiert die wesentlichen Treiber des Einkaufserlebnisses mit einem Fokus auf die Erlebnisgestaltung im Handel.


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