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customer behaviour

noun [U] ( US customer behavior)
 
 
(also customer buying behaviour, also consumer behaviour)
MARKETING the decisions that people make to buy or not to buy a product, and the things that influence their decisions: Supermarkets arrange their products based on an analysis of customer behaviour.
(Definition of customer behaviour from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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