“Experiential marketing” has gotten a lot of attention as a “differentiation strategy” in a mature market like the Japanese economy. The principles of experiential marketing are investigated in this study. The findings reveal that 1) experiences play a role in the acquisition, consumption, and disposal of items, 2) experiences take place in scenarios that consumers face, and 3) experiences are actions and physiological/psychological impacts. This comprehension of experiences aids us in making appropriate use of them. As a tactic for distinction, use experience. This research suggests a new definition for customer experience and strategies, as well as methodology for implementing them. In the future, further research into successful products or services should be undertaken.
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Graduate School of Business and Finance, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
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