Rural Marketing in India

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Rural markets have gained importance in the past few years because of the large rise in the
purchasing capacity of rural populations brought about by the economy as a whole. In India, the
urban and rural markets differ significantly. When compared to urban consumers, rural
consumers vary because of family history, wealth, education, as well as other sociodemographic
characteristics. The green movement has increased the amount of manufactured and raw
products consumed in rural areas. As a result, the market presents potential in the form of a
sizable untapped market, rising expendable cash, rising levels of literacy, and broad possibilities
for penetration. In order to seize these prospects, a unique marketing approach called "rural
advertising" has been developed. Because urban markets have combined with the increasing and
relative development has halted, India's rural marketplaces have undergone substantial
adjustments. Marketers have seen the immense potential in rural India, and with authorities
focusing more on injecting funds to boost the rural economy, corporations are becoming more
eager to establish operations in rural India. Similar to the last paper, this one focuses on the rural
market's position in the Indian economy as well as the potential and challenges it faces in the
contemporary, cutthroat marketplace. This essay aims to comprehend the rural market, the
significance of rural tourism, and the current state of the rural sector


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ANJALI MALIK. (2023). Rural Marketing in India. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 9(1), 509–518.
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