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Thesis Final Report (long)

A no q how old are you a 13 i have an identity card

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A: No Q: How old are you? A: 13. I have an identity card made Q: What is your name? A: najeeb ullah Q: Do you negotiate with customer? A: No I don’t do it much Q: Who argues more: Men or Women? A: I don’t do much dealing here Thank you so much for your time! Retailer 5 Gender: Male Age bracket: 20 Profession: Used Ladies Shirts/ Tops/ pants Assalam-ualkium! We are students of SZABIST and we are conducting a research based on bargaining specifically in open air retail markets like Sunday Bazaar. The interview will take 5- 7 minutes and we will appreciate if you can be a part of this exercise. A: Okay Sure! Can we also record the audio of this interview? A: Yes Q: Since when have you been putting up a stall here? A: Its been 4 years now Q: So do you just have these items or do you sell other items too? A: In Winters we put up sweaters too. In summers it is trousers Q: Is this all your stall? Are you the only person on this shop? A: Yes this is my entire stall and I am here with my brother Q: Where is your original shop? A: It is in Saddar Q: Is it in Rex Center or Zainab market? A: No there is this market in sadder on the upper side Q: And on Sundays you come here? A: We put up a stall here once a week Q: Since you have been putting up a stall here since four years, what do you think that is there income here after the conversion to the newer bazaar? A: These days there is less business here Q: Why so? A: It is because of the cricket matches taking place Q: And there is usually sale on every Sunday? A: For the past 2-3 months the business is really low Q: What is the difference in the rental structure here? 144
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A: That time the rent used to be Rs. 1000, now it is Rs. 1100 Q: In your opinion, does the customer bargain more now? A: Yes Q: How much do they try to lower the price? A: If we quote Rs. 120, they say Rs. 50 and then the sale closes at around Rs. 70-80 Q : You already know that it will close at this much? A: The customers just give Rs.20-30 above cost price that is incurred to us Q: So isn’t it a loss situation for you when the customer tries to lowers the price too much? A: No no we never go in a loss situation Q: where does all this stock come from? A: This all comes from abroad and is all used Q: and people buy it? A: Those who want to buy it... do buy it Q: Who comes here more: Men or Women? A: Both come here Q: and who tries to lower the price? A: Women Q: Why? A: They have a habit of trying to lower the price Q: Who do you listen to more? A: I listen to both of them Q: Why do you listen to them? What is it with women that you actually give the product to them at a favorable price? A: No, we give it to customers accordingly. If they still want to buy it they can. If they don’t we can’t do our loss Q: Lets say if for you a thing was for Rs. 50 and the customer wants to buy on te same rate, do you ever let that happen?
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