INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BHOPAL

FINAL PROJECT REPORT
ON PANTALOON
ANURAG SAHU

2007-2009

A PROJECT REPORT On

RETAIL STORE MARKETING ACTIVITY
(IN STORE TIE-UPS FOR LOYALTY PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE GREEN CARD TARGET, TIE-UPS FOR EOSS AND DENIM EXCHANGE) AT PANTALOON RETAIL INDIA LTD.

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SUBMITTED BY ANURAG SAHU MBA IV SEMESTER

FOR THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF

INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BHOPAL
(BARKATULLAH UNIVERSITY, BHOPAL) 2007-2009

PREFACE
The research provides an opportunity to a student to demonstrate application of his/her knowledge, skill and competencies required during the technical session. Research also helps the student to devote his/her skill to analyze the problem to suggest alternative solutions, to evaluate them and to provide feasible recommendations on the provided data.

The research is on the topic of “RETAIL STORE MARKETING ACTIVITY (IN STORE TIE-UPS FOR LOYALTY PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE GREEN CARD TARGET, TIE-UPS FOR EOSS AND DENIM EXCHANGE) AT PANTALOON RETAIL INDIA LTD.”

Although I have tried my level best to prepare this report an error free report every effort has been made to offer the most authenticate position with accuracy.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This Project has been made possible through the direct and indirect Cooperation of various persons, who have inspired me at every step of my work. It is a matter of pride for me to acknowledge my profound gratitude to my respected Dean Dr. A. S. Khalsa who always facilitates me in gaining practical knowledge.

I am very much obliged and thankful to my esteemed Project Guide Mr. Mahesh Soni for his valuable Cooperation and Guidance.

And above all, I am beholden to my Parents and other family members for their blessing and encouragement in completing this task.

ANURAG SAHU

DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the project report entitled “RETAIL

STORE MARKETING ACTIVITY (IN STORE TIE-UPS FOR
LOYALTY PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE GREEN CARD TARGET, TIE UPS FOR EOSS AND DENIM EXCHANGE) AT PANTALOON RETAIL INDIA LTD.” is an authentic work done by me.

The project was undertaken as a part of the course curriculum of MBA program, Barkatullah University, Bhopal. This has not been submitted to any other examination body earlier.

ANURAG SAHU

TABLE OF CONTENT
SERIAL NO. 1 2 3 4 Preface Acknowledgements Synopsis Introduction a. Industry Background b. Introduction of Indian Retail King c. Milestone to Success 5 6 7 d..Company Introduction Terms Of Reference Methodology Work Profile a .Customer Loyalty Program b .About tie-ups for Green Card and EOSS c. Customer Entry d. How to increase the Customer Entry e. Denim Exchange 07 f. Activities done for Denim exchange g. Eoss 9 10 11 12 h. Activities done during EOSS Findings of The Report Recommendations Conclusion Bibliography 66-72 73-74 75 76 36 37-39 40-65 CONTENTS PAGE NO. 4 5 6-10 12-35

JUSTIFICATION

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PROJECT AND TITLE

Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited, is India’s leading retailer that operates multiple retail formats in both the value and lifestyle segment of the Indian consumer marker, along with some other big names such as RPG, Shopper’s Stop, Life Style, Westside, Ebony, Piramyd etc.

The reason why I chose this sector is because as there are huge opportunities in this sector in the coming years. India was not into retail before 10 years from now but now it is very much into organized retailing. There is cut through competition in this field. Every alternate day we hear of a new companies getting into Retail sector, where this makes competition tough. I felt if I have experience in Pantaloon than I would be equipped to face the challenges that will come across while working in this sector.

I was in marketing along with Customer Loyalty Program. I felt that while doing out marketing projects for the Pantaloon store I will have well expose & experience of this field. I got to learn a lot about retailing, marketing in retail sector, knowing different people, how exactly product reaches final consumer, how all theses things are decided and how. This is the reason why Retail sector influences me the most. Since I was involved into marketing for different event of the store where all the parameters has to be considered which made this project more challenging & interesting.

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
 Objective of the Retail store Marketing was to make customers aware about the

Sale offers during Denim Exchange and EOSS i.e. End Of Season Sale provided by Pantaloon and also to achieve the Green Card target of Customer loyalty Program during EOSS.

To provide extra privileges to Pantaloons Green Card customers - keeping in

mind that they get extra privileges not only inside the store of Pantaloons, but also outside the store and to make the Pantaloon Customer Loyalty Program more powerful by doing tie-ups with Restaurants, Health-Clubs, Saloons, Pubs, colleges, Laundries, Tattoos Makers.  To make Green Card Members realize that they are Special customers for the

company.   To find out customer loyalty for Pantaloon store To find out customer satisfaction

INTRODUCTION
INDUSTRY BACKGROUND India, like Britain, is a nation of shopkeepers. With over 12 million retail outlets, India probably has the highest density of retail outlets in the world, with one for approximately every 90 persons; little wonder that the country is the ninth-largest retail market in the world, with estimated annual retail sales of around USD215 billion in 2005 (Rs 960,000 crore). At the same time, the share of organised trade in this enormous market is currently very small. It is estimated at just USD8 billion (Rs 35,000 crore) in 2005, up from USD6.25 billion (Rs 28,000 crore) in 2004. This accounts for less than 4 per cent of the total retail trade in the country

AN UNDERDEVELOPED RETAIL MARKET Organised trade in India is very underdeveloped when compared with other emerging markets in Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. The Indian and Chinese markets are comparable in many aspects: Both countries are not homogeneous. They comprise many markets within a single country, with significantly varying cultures and customer preferences across regions.

There is a significant rural population in both countries, which has much lower purchasing power compared to the urban population. Both countries are geographically very large and unevenly developed, adding a significant distribution and logistics dimension to the retail trade. Consumers in both countries are highly value conscious. Between 1996 and 2003, the organised retail market in China more than doubled. We estimate that the Indian retail market is today at the same inflection point as China was in the mid-1990s. Consequently, considering a similar per capita GDP and roughly similar rates of economic growth, the Indian organised retail market has the potential for exponential growth over the next decade.

CONSUMERISM: THE NEW WAVE Growing consumerism would be a key driver for organised retail in India. Several demographic indicators show favourable trends for the growth of organised trade: Rapid income growth: consumers have a greater ability to spend. Increasing urbanization: larger urban populations that value convenience, coupled with the higher propensity of the urban consumer to spend.

Growing young population: growth of the post-liberalization maturing population, with the attitude and willingness to spend. Spend now vs. save earlier: consumers are willing to borrow for present consumption. THE SIZE OF THE OPPURTUNITY Research done by the Tata Strategic Management Group (TSMG) indicates that over the next 10 years, the total retail market in India is likely to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5 per cent (at constant prices) to USD374 billion (Rs 16,77,000 crore) in 2015. The organised retail market is expected to grow much faster, at a CAGR of 21.8 per cent to USD55 billion (Rs 246,000 crore) in the same time frame, garnering around 15 per cent of overall retail sales. Based on our projections, the top five organised retail categories by 2015 would be food, grocery and general merchandise; apparel; durables; food service; and home improvement. (Table 1) Organised retail market in India (Rs crore)

Retailers inspired by the Wal-Mart story of growth in small town America are tempted to focus on smaller towns and villages in India. However, a careful analysis of the town strata-wise population, population growth, migration trends and consumer spend analysis reveals a very different picture for India. As per our estimates, the share of the 35 towns with a present population of greater than 1 million in India's total population would grow much faster than their smaller counterparts, from 10.2 per cent today to reach 14.4 per cent by 2025. Simultaneously, the share of these towns in the overall retail market would grow from 21 per cent today to 40 per cent by 2025. Within these top 35 towns, an estimated 70 to 80 per cent of retail trade could be in the organised sector. This is similar to the experience in China, where in cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the

organised sector accounts for 70 to 80 per cent of overall retail trade in certain categories. Retailers should therefore focus on the top 37 towns in the next decade, as the opportunity in smaller towns and rural India would be smaller and more fragmented, compared to the larger towns. Organised retail market in India (Table 2)

There are a few key trends that one observes in international markets

TREND1: CONVINENCE STORES AND HYPERMARKETS ARE GAINING PROMINENCE These are driven by a consumer need for convenience and lower prices / higher value in mass categories, while the big box category killer stores are

gaining importance in the specialty retail categories. While supermarkets may emerge at the initial stages of retail market development, in the long term they are unable to match the consumer value proposition of convenience stores and hypermarkets.

TREND2: PRIVATE LABEL BRANDS BECOME IMPORTANT Private labels today account for 17 per cent of global retail sales, with the highest share of 23 per cent in Europe and the lowest share of 4 per cent in Asia. M+M Planet Retail data shows that private label penetration varies from 25 per cent to 95 per cent among some of the largest retailers in the world. Growing acceptance among consumers, increasing price competition, the need for differentiation among retailers and the ability to offer higher margins are the key factors contributing to the growth of private labels. Private labels provide the retailer an ability to offer a significant price advantage to consumers, their prices being 16 to 32 per cent lower than manufacturers' brands.

IMPLICATIONS OF INDIAN RETAILER

Global trends have important implications for Indian retailers. The Indian consumer is very value conscious; willing to spend money in most cases, but constantly cost conscious, evaluating every rupee spent. It is therefore imperative for retailers to offer a price advantage through sourcing and operational efficiency, as well as a strong private label programme to attract customers. Existing and new entrants need to achieve scale quickly to drive efficiencies in procurement, supply chain and marketing. Else, they risk being marginalised by larger players. Real estate and human resources will be the critical drivers to build scale. While there are a few hundred malls under various stages of development across the country at present, retailers will also need to think out of the box to ensure the availability of real estate. This may include acquiring and developing the real estate themselves, rather than wait for mall development. Given the rising demand for retail real estate, retailers will need to take a long-term view on rentals and look at alternative options like ownership or very long leases. Retailers that invest in training will be able to ensure the availability of quality manpower in a rapidly growing market. In conclusion, the retail market in India offers an opportunity for a large player to build a Rs 40,000-crore retail business spanning multiple categories by 2015 (at current prices). Compared to this, the revenue of the

largest Indian retailer, Pantaloon, grossed only Rs 1,085 crore in 2005. Little wonder that large domestic business houses and international retailers have expressed a keen interest to enter the retail sector in India. To capitalise on the opportunity, however, players need to be aggressive in outlook and build scale quickly.

INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN RETAIL KING

MEET INDIA'S KING OF RETAIL MR. KISHORE BIYANI Unlike most people, Kishore Biyani makes no bones about his simplicity. He's the man you're most likely to ignore at the Pantaloon or Big Bazaar store, as he stands in a corner observing the way you shop. But make no mistake; what he may lack in sartorial style, he more than makes up through his observation powers. You'll never catch him in a tie and jacket. He isn't a stickler for large cars, and has just graduated from driving a Honda City to a Honda Accord, though he's just as content driving around in a junior manager's Maruti 800. He is a strict vegetarian, and is currently off cheese and fried foods, but will otherwise eat anything that is green.

Pantaloon's Kishore Biyani has become India's largest retailer, but still has several aces up his John Miller shirtsleeves. In India's chaotic markets, Kishore Biyani is the unchallenged king of retail. He has the knack of catching rivals off-guard and striking where it hurts most. Biyani's victory isn't unexpected. India's own Sam Walton (the legendary promoter of Walmart) is quick to seize any advantage. Which is why the denim manufacturer who quit the trade because "it wasn't creative enough" commands over 1.3 million sq ft of retail space. But even size hasn't made a difference to Biyani's vaulting ambitions and he's on an even faster trajectory of growth. He's booked over 4.5 million sq ft of space across the country, and will utilise 3 million sq ft by this year's end in 23 Indian cities. He will invest over Rs 200 crore (Rs 2 billion) to make this dream a reality. Says R S Roy, editorial director of the magazine Retail, which tracks the industry closely: "Mall developers have him in mind before they start constructing. His presence ensures footfalls and a premium for the mall."

Two years ago, no one took Kishore Biyani seriously. His company, Pantaloon Retail, was seen as a one-man show. Biyani himself was regarded as unpredictable, and not a long-term bet. Today, he is the biggest retailer in India. In two years, Kishore Biyani has bounced back to become India's largest retailer.

MILESTONES TO SUCCESS:  1987 - Company incorporated as Manz Wear Private Limited. Launch of Pantaloons trouser, India’s first formal trouser brand.  1991 - Launch of BARE, the Indian jeans brand.  1992 - Initial public offer (IPO) was made in the month of May.  1994 - The Pantaloon Shoppe – exclusive menswear store in franchisee format launched across the nation. The company starts the distribution of branded garments through multi-brand retail outlets across the nation.  1995 - John Miller – Formal shirt brand launched.

 1997 - Pantaloons – India’s family store launched in Kolkata.  2001 - Big Bazaar, ‘Is se sasta aur accha kahi nahin’ - India’s first hypermarket chain launched.  2002 - Food Bazaar, the supermarket chain is launched.  2004 - Central – ‘Shop, Eat, Celebrate in the Heart of Our City’ India’s first seamless mall is launched in Bangalore.  2005 – Fashion Station – the popular fashion chain is launched aLL – ‘a little larger’ – exclusive stores for plus-size individuals is launched.  2006 - Future Capital Holdings, the company’s financial arm launches real estate funds Kshitij and Horizon and private equity fund Indivision. Plans forays into insurance and consumer credit. Multiple retail formats including Collection i, Furniture Bazaar, Shoe Factory, EZone, Depot and futurebazaar.com are launched across the nation. Group enters into joint venture agreements with ETAM Group and Generali

COMPANY PROFILE

Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited, is India’s leading retailer that operates multiple retail formats in both the value and lifestyle segment of the Indian consumer marker. Headquartered in Mumbai (Bombay), the company operates over 5 million square feet of retail space, has over 350 stores across 40 cities in India and employs over 18,000 people.

The company’s leading formats include Pantaloons, a chain of fashion outlets, Big Bazaar, a uniquely Indian hypermarket chain, Food Bazaar, a supermarket chain, blends the look, touch and feel of Indian bazaars with aspects of modern retail like choice, convenience and quality and Central, a chain of seamless destination malls. Some of its other formats include, Depot, Shoe Factory, Brand Factory, Blue Sky, Fashion Station, aLL, Top 10, mBazaar and Star and Sitara. The company also operates an online portal, futurebazaar.com. A subsidiary company, Home Solutions Retail (India) Limited, operates Home Town, a large-format home solutions store, Collection i.e. selling home furniture products and E-Zone focused on catering to the consumer electronics segment. Pantaloon Retail is the flagship company of Future Group, a business group catering to the entire Indian consumption space.

FUTURE GROUP:

Future Group is India’s leading business group that caters to the entire Indian consumption space. Led by Mr. Kishore Biyani, the Future Group

operates through six verticals: operates through six verticals: Retail, Capital, Brands, Space, Media and Logistics. Apart from Pantaloon Retail, the group’s presence in the retail space is complemented by group companies, Indus League Clothing, which owns leading apparel brands like Indigo Nation, Scullers and Urban Yoga, and Galaxy Entertainment Limited that operates Bowling Co, Sports Bar, F123 and Brew Bar. The group’s joint venture partners include French retailer ETAM group, US-based stationary products retailer, Staples and UK-based Lee Cooper. Group Company, Planet Retail, owns and operates the franchisee of international brands like Marks & Spencer, Next, Debenhams and Guess in India. The group’s Indian joint venture partners include, Manipal Healthcare, Talwalkar’s, Blue Foods and Liberty Shoes. Future Capital Holdings, the group’s financial arm, focuses on asset management and consumer credit. It manages assets worth over $1 billion that are being invested in developing retail real estate and consumer-related brands and hotels. The group has launched a consumer credit and financial supermarket format, Future Money and soon plans to offer insurance products through a joint venture with Italian insurance major, Generali.

The group is currently developing over 50 malls and consumption centers across the country and has formed a joint venture company focusing on mall management with Singapore-based CapitaLand, one of Asia’s largest property companies .

Future Group’s vision is to, “deliver Everything, Everywhere, Every time to Every Indian Consumer in the most profitable manner.” The group considers ‘Indian-ness’ as a core value and its corporate credo is - Rewrite rules, Retain values. Company’s vision: Future Group shall deliver Everything, Everywhere, Everytime for Every Indian Consumer in the most profitable manner.

Company’s Mission: We shall infuse Indian brands with confidence and renewed ambition. We shall be efficient, cost- conscious and committed to quality in whatever we do. We shall ensure that our positive attitude, sincerity, humility and united determination shall be the driving force to make us successful.

PARTNER COMPANIES OF PANTALOON

1.

Home Solutions Retail (India) Ltd: Home Solutions Retail (India)

Ltd. (HSRIL) leads the groups foray in the home improvement and consumer electronics retailing segment. It caters to home management requirements and products, including furnishings and textiles, furniture, consumer electronics, home electronics and home services. It operates retail formats like Home Town, Furniture Bazaar, Collection I, E-Zone, and Electronics Bazaar.
2.

Future Capital Holdings: Future Capital is the financial arm of

the group and is involved in asset management (both private equity and real estate funds) with plans to get into other financial services including insurance, credit and other consumer related financial services. Its associate companies are Kshitij Investment Advisory Co. Ltd., Indivision Investment Advisers Ltd., and Ambit Investment Advisory Co. Ltd. 3. Indus league clothing Ltd. :

The group owns a majority stake in Indus League Clothing Ltd., one of the leading apparel manufacturers and marketers in India. Some of its leading brands include Indigo Nation, Scullers, Urbana, Urban Yoga and Jealous

4.

Galaxy Entertainment Corporate Ltd. : The group owns a stake in Galaxy

Entertainment Corporate Ltd. that operates chains like Bowling Company, Sports Bar and Brew Bar. JOINT VENTURES COMPANIES 1. Planet Retail Holdings Ltd. :

The group is a joint venture partner in Planet Retail Holdings Ltd., which operates sports, lifestyle and leisure retail chain. It also owns the franchisee and distribution rights of brands like Marks & Spencer, Guess, Debenhams and Puma in India. 2. Footmart Retail:

Footmart Retail is a joint venture with Liberty Shoes and is engaged in the retailing of footwear products in India.

3.

Capital Land Retail India:

The group is a joint venture partner in CapitaLand Retail India, along with Singapore-based CapitaLand Limited. The company provides retail management services to retail properties owned or managed by various group companies and investment funds.

LINE OF BUSINESS

e – telling

Futurebazaar.com offers the widest range of products at ‘lowest prices – everyday!’ Having pioneered the retailing business in India, PRIL has now decided to revolutionize the consumer e-commerce business in India. It intends to provide customers with a streamlined, efficient and world class personalized shopping experience, which will be supported with the best technology platform.

Buying products is a 3 step simple process. All one has to do is Search, Register and Buy. Here you can expect a shopping experience akin to shopping at an actual bazaar but with added simplicity & everyday low prices and an assurance of 'your product' will be delivered within 7 days of purchase. We are proud to inform you that Future Bazaar has been named as the Best Indian Website 2007 in the Shopping category by PC World. Future Bazaar won the top spot after beating other established players like Rediff, Indiatimes, Sify, ebay, Indiaplaza, Chennai Bazaar and India Mall. The award was presented to Future Bazaar for its "decent, no-nonsense approach, while providing a good shopping experience". 2.Food

Brew Bar: The Brew Bar is a classy and refined; yet reasonable an

egalitarian a bar with loads of bonhomie.

Café Bollywood: Indian street food but with assurance of highest

levels of hygiene and quality.

Chamosa: Chamosa is a branded chain, which sell the local Indian

snack combination of tea and samosas.

Food Bazaar: Life is all about good taste and food bazaar aims to

ensure the same. With the low prices, a wide selection of products and guaranteed freshness, you are bound to find it irresistible.

Sports Bar: A bistro focused on the world of sport, the Sports Bar is

complimented with an unrivalled ambience. 3.Fashion:

ALL: Shop big and shop for big, coz fashion just got a little larger!

Fashion for plus size people.

Big Bazaar: If value for money is what drives your purchase; there

can be no better place for you other than Big Bazaar.

Blue sky: Accessories like never before....get the best in sunglasses

and watches at your kind of prices.

Central: A showcase, seamless mall for all your needs. Located in the

heart of your city, Central invites you to Shop, Eat, and Celebrate.

Fashion station: Fashion Station takes fashion a notch higher in the

value segment... for the ones who have an eye for it.

Giny & Jony: Gini and Jony is a lifestyle brand with a radical

approach to kids’ fashion. The brand caters to an age group of 2 to 16 years, that is uber chic, style conscious and stresses on a “head to toe” fashion concept.

Navaras: Navaras is a fine 22 carat pure gold and diamond jewellery

brand, retailed from Big Bazaar stores.

Lee Cooper: Regarded as a brand that is fun to wear and be

associated with, Lee Cooper offers the entire range of lifestyle products in fashions category for young men and ladies.

Pantaloons: Today a leader in fashion... Promises Fresh Fashion for

the young and trendy.

Top 10: Top 10 is based on the concept of the ever popular

countdown shows, where the trendiest styles get ranked from 1 to 10; the highest selling item gets the highest ranking!

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MANAGING DIRECTOR: Mr. Kishore Biyani is the Managing Director of Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited and the Group Chief Executive Officer of Future Group.

WHOLE TIME DIRECTOR: Mr. Gopikishan Biyani. Mr. Rakesh Biyani. NON- WHOLE TIME DIRECTOR: Mr. Ved Prakash Arya. INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS: Mr. Shailesh Haribhakti. Mr. S Doreswamy. Dr. D O Koshy. Ms. Anju Poddar. Ms. Bala Deshpande. Mr. Anil Harish.

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TERMS OF REFERENCE  The time period given for the tie-ups for the Green

Card Customer Loyalty Program, Denim Exchange and EOSS i.e. End of Season Sale was a short span of time i.e. Just 20 Days.

 only. 

The marketing activity was restricted to Pune region

There was no monetary stipulation for the Project

only traveling allowances were given.  sheet or on the word. We were asked to present the findings on the Excel

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research is an organized and systematic way of finding answers to questions

SYSTEMATIC because there is a definite set of procedures and steps which you will follow. There are certain things in the research process which are always done in order to get the most accurate results. ORGANIZED in that there is a structure or method in going about doing research. It is a planned procedure, not a spontaneous one. It is focused and limited to a specific scope. FINDING ANSWERS is the end of all research. Whether it is the answer to a hypothesis or even a simple question, research is successful when we find answers. Sometimes the answer is no, but it is still an answer. QUESTIONS are central to research. If there is no question, then the answer is of no use. Research is focused on relevant, useful, and important questions. Without a question, research has no focus, drive, or purpose.

DATA COLLECTION METHOD The methodology adopted for data collection for the marketing activities i.e. the tie-ups with   Restaurants Pubs

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Saloons Laundries Societies etc was Primary Method because all this was done by

meeting personally talking directly face to face or it can also be called as Personal Interview method. SAMPLING Sampling method used was Stratified Sampling. STRATIFIED SAMPLING In stratified sampling the entire population is divided into number of strata like income, sex education etc .A random sample is then drawn from each strata such that size of sample drawn from each strata is proportional to size of strata. Time required for this sampling method is low. Lower sample size is required for this sampling and the cost involved is average. Sampling Method used was stratified method because the entire Pune city was divided into different strata’s and then we had to take the sample of only A+ Restaurants, saloons, Pubs, laundries and societies etc.

SAMPLE SIZE Sample size was 75 including all restaurants, laundries, saloons, societies, pubs etc. SAMPLING PERIOD Sampling Period given was just 20 days for all Green Card Customer Loyalty Program also for the EOSS.

QUESTIONNAIRE

PANTALOONS CONSUMER STUDY - PART OF GP (SHREY & AMRIT)
WHAT IS YOUR NAME
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WHAT IS YOUR GENDER MALE FEMALE WHAT IS YOUR AGE 0 to 20 20 to 30 30 to 40 40 plus WHAT IS YOUR MONTHLY INCOME RANGE less than 25,000 25,000 - 50,000 50,000 - 75,000 75000 plus HOW OFTEN DO YOU SHOP AT PANTALOONS ALMOST MONTHLY QUATERLY ALMOST EVERY 6 MONTHS YEARLY

WHAT IS YOUR AVERAGE SPENDING AT THE STORE less than 500 500 to 1000 1000 to 1500 1500 to 2000 2000 plus WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SERVICES WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE INCORPORATED IN OUR STORE STYLING COSULTANCY KIDS PLAYING AREA HOME DELIVERY AFTER ALTERATION ARE YOU READY TO DISBURSE EXTRA AMOUNT FOR STYLING CONSULTANCY YES NO IF SO, HOW MUCH less than 50 50 to 100 100 to 150 150 plus ARE YOU READY TO DISBURSE EXTRA AMOUNT IF WE PROVIDE YOU WITH THE KIDS PLAYING AREA YES NO IF SO, HOW MUCH less than 50 50 to 100 100 to 150 150 plus ARE YOU READY TO DISBURSE EXTRA AMOUNT FOR HOME DELIVERY AFTER ALTERATION

YES NO IF SO, HOW MUCH less than 50 50 to 100 100 to 150 150 plus WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STORES DO YOU FIND MOST ACCESSIBLE PANTALOONS SHOPPERS STOP WESTSIDE ANY OTHER

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