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This study examines opportunities and hindering factors of box schemes as they have been operating for many years in Hungary, but there are several facts which make it hard for box schemes to become parts of the daily routine in the lives of Hungarian consumers. The first fact is price sensitiveness and willingness to pay price premium for environmentally friendly products, including fresh fruits and vegetables. The second fact is the lack of many products in supplies of box schemes, because fruits and vegetables are seasonal products, but this reason is not always acceptable for customers. The third fact is time wasting, which is a really hindering factor. Finally, interpretation of sustainability is the most important in the eyes of consumers. Our goal is to show how the relation between factors leads to opportunity of growth.
Sustainability as a Tool for Increasing Competitiveness
One of the main aims of companies is to reach quality of products and services. In particular, good quality of services is a highly rated factor so the price often stands behind. Nevertheless, many companies focus on the quality as the customer is willing to pay for it. The company is more competitive; however, they must strive to achieve continual improvements. Accepting the principles of sustainable development is one of the instruments or strategies to reach competitive growth. Currently this notion is being profaned and often considered only as a simple phrase, but many companies from different spheres, such as tourism, electrical engineering, retail, civil engineering, etc., show its real benefits. Companies create strategies of sustainable development following company competitiveness.
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product type and donation magnitude on willingness to pay more for a charity-linked brand,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 8 (3), pp. 215 - 241.