Yes, Xers are outnumbered by millennials and boomers. But in mid-career and often with family households, Gen Xers are—or should be—a key target for marketers. Despite above-average earnings, tight finances mean they won’t part with their money lightly.View this Report
As baby boomers age and the 65-plus population expands, the need for healthcare services will increase rapidly. Heidi Culbertson, CEO of Marvee—a tech company that builds Alexa skills for aging adults—is among a group of healthcare providers and entrepreneurs betting that voice assistants can fill this need.
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Mobile and social usage are major elements of Gen X’s digital activity, so it’s no surprise that those also figure into their shopping. But while such usage is a default behavior for millennials, Gen X is selective in using mobile and (especially) social as shopping tools.
Millennials Have Diminishing Opinions About Businesses
Jul 08, 2019
Millennials are increasingly skeptical of businesses' motives and impact on society, and companies need to take these attitudes seriously if they don’t want to miss out on the younger generations’ potential as consumers and employees, according to a new survey from consultancy Deloitte.
What Retailers Need to Know About Boomers
Jun 23, 2019
Baby boomers already know how to go to a brick-and-mortar store and buy things. So unless there’s an obvious benefit of convenience or better prices, they’re not rushing to master newer, more tech-heavy shopping methods.
Survey: Prime Day Drives Back-to-School Shopping Beyond Amazon | Sponsored Content
Jun 21, 2019
Now in its fifth year, Amazon Prime Day continues to have a significant impact on back-to-school shopping. But, according to new research from Kelton Global on behalf of RetailMeNot, big opportunities also await for retailers other than Amazon.