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Segmenting the Performing Arts Markets: The Case of Czech National Theater Attenders’ Motivations

Chytková Zuzana, Černá Jitka, Karlíček Miroslav

Keywords:
marketing, performing arts, National Theater, consumer behavior

Abstract:
Strategic marketing instruments such as segmentation and targeting can benefit performing arts institutions and render their offer more competitive. To segment classical performing arts audiences, however, the traditionally used variable is social class. In this paper, it is argued that such often suggested traditional segmentation criteria can prove to be context-insensitive and as such cannot be applied invariably across different settings. Based on an analysis of Czech National Theater audiences and its motivations, we propose the sought benefit of the theater visit as an alternative segmentation basis that may prove to be more context-sensitive.

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10.7441/joc.2012.03.07


Chytková Z., Černá J., Karlíček M.(2012). Segmenting the Performing Arts Markets: The Case of Czech National Theater Attenders’ Motivations. Journal of Competitiveness, 4 (3), 92-104 https://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2012.03.07

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