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  • How people buy for birthdays
  • How people buy for birthdays
    Steven Depolo (2011) ©
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How people buy for birthdays

People’s inclinations to purchase products change throughout the year. But while brands are quick to market around holidays like Christmas and Easter, birthdays often go ignored as consumers are impacted at different times of the year. So how do people spend around their birthdays?

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