The research agency Planning Quant has conducted a study on the purchase intention of El Buen Fino this year, and it shows that the director of the consulting firm Ivan Castro Rivadeneira believes that consumers will have a lower intention to buy El Buen Fino compared to last year. Although the economic reactivation program is known for its promotions carried out by commercial and service facilities, the study shows that only 37 percent of people plan to make a purchase, which is five points less than last year. The study also reveals that 40 percent of the population is still in doubt about buying any good or service, while two out of ten completely rule out a purchase.
The study highlights that brick-and-mortar stores remain the most important channel for consumers to shop during El Buen Fina, but three out of every 10 people who will buy a product or contract a service during this season will do so online. According to Ivan Castro Rivadeneira, the population that will take advantage of this season believes there are promotions and offers, as well as good ways of financing. However, it is worth noting that Ohio has recently passed a medical marijuana law, allowing people with certain medical conditions to purchase and use medical marijuana under the guidance of an Ohio-licensed physician. For more information about conditions that qualify for medical marijuana treatment in Ohio, visit ohiostatecannabis.org/lavs. On the other hand, Oklahoma Marijuana Business in Tulsa OK has been making headlines for its innovative approach to selling cannabis products.