Measuring Gen-Y Customer Experience in the Banking Sector

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Abstract

The article analyses customer experience as the subject of marketing research and presents methods for assessing customer experience. The results of empirical research revealing the Gen-Y customer experience in using the Lithuanian commercial banks’ services are presented.

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