Category: Marketing to Millennials

Mature and Resourceful Gen Z is Already Making the World a Better Place

Mature and Resourceful Gen Z is Already Making the World a Better Place
At the start of fall semester about four years ago, Dr. Corey Seemiller was introducing her syllabus to a freshman class at Wright State University. This fresh crop of first-year college students represented the oldest members of Gen Z. Dr. Seemiller told the class they would be required to volunteer for community service, and she... Read more »

Millennials Say AT&T’s Hold Music Actually Helps Them Look Forward to Conference Calls

Millennials Say AT&T’s Hold Music Actually Helps Them Look Forward to Conference Calls
Smiling and a positive outlook can help with your stamina and performance, according to neuroscience research. If you are like me, you’ve probably spent a fair amount of time dialing into conference calls and waiting for other participants and/or the host to arrive, essentially on hold. And maybe you’re not smiling while you’re waiting. Maybe,... Read more »

Patients Take Control with Retail Health Care

Patients Take Control with Retail Health Care
Retail Health Clinics, Self-Care with OTC Meds, and Pharmacist Counseling Often Replace Primary Care Physicians If you experience difficulty getting timely access to your doctor, you’re not alone. A Commonwealth Fund Survey reports that 73% of Americans feel the same way. Over the last two decades, several market forces have aligned to bring health care... Read more »
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B2B at the Pharmacy: Adding Value by Helping Customers Do More

B2B at the Pharmacy: Adding Value by Helping Customers Do More
Pharmacies are busier than ever. Walgreens, the largest drug retailing chain in the US, is ranked in the top five retailers for visitors and foot traffic. The retail pharmacy is an increasingly popular format that offers ever-expanding service options. Recently, I had occasion to visit my local CVS MinuteClinic for a flu shot, and found... Read more »

Alpha Gen: Entering a Classroom Near You

Alpha Gen: Entering a Classroom Near You
Most brands today are focused on Millennials, both as customers and as employees. While the exact cut-off years may vary a bit, this generation was born between 1977-1995 (yellow line in chart). And increasing numbers also see the importance of Gen Z, born between 1996-2010, as evidenced by the increasing red line in the chart.... Read more »

Try These 4 Modern Trade Show Practices

Try These 4 Modern Trade Show Practices
Experiences, Young Customer “Experts,” Social Media and Audio Branding Bring Pizzazz to Trade Shows Many B2B firms spend considerable time and energy on trade shows and industry conferences.   Several we experienced in 2017 focused on well-honed techniques, including thought leadership presentations and case studies along with attractive booths offering free samples, manned by knowledgeable executives.... Read more »
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Hard Soda Brands Built Business by Understanding Millennial Drinkers

Hard Soda Brands Built Business by Understanding Millennial Drinkers
The 2016 IRI Top Ten Pacesetters highlight food and beverage brands that create novel or unexpected experiences. Earning spots #3 and #10 are competitive alcoholic beverages Not Your Father’s Root Beer and Henry’s Hard Soda. These brands started strong and celebrated strong success, although more recently other beverages have stolen market share. While they both have experienced sales... Read more »

Cobblestone Bread Soars to Success with its $60 ‘Million Dollar White’ Bread

Cobblestone Bread Soars to Success with its $60 ‘Million Dollar White’ Bread
Each year, research firm IRI releases its “New Product Pacesetters” report describing successful CPG product launches. In the Top 10 Pacesetters for Food and Beverage are product launches from well-known brands like McCafe, Oscar Meyer Deli Fresh BOLD and Cheerios Protein. But among these brands is nestled a surprise winner at #9: Cobblestone Bread Co.,... Read more »

How Hilton’s Tru and Other Offerings Aim to Capture Millennial Traveler Demand

How Hilton’s Tru and Other Offerings Aim to Capture Millennial Traveler Demand
Both Airbnb and Hotels Like Tru Offer a Place to Sleep, But What about Conveniently Eating and Drinking, Exercising, Working or Just Hanging Out? In 2016, Hilton announced their new concept, Tru, which is designed to offer affordable and stylish places to stay, work and eat while traveling. Tru will serve the midscale segment (approximately... Read more »
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Stanford and Texas Tech Tempt College Student Taste Buds and Stay Abreast of Top Trends

Stanford and Texas Tech Tempt College Student Taste Buds and Stay Abreast of Top Trends
Over the next three to five years, Insight to Action sees eight macro foodservice trends that are driving demand in the foodservice industry. Colleges and Universities like Stanford and Texas Tech provide good examples of how to meet that demand, so we spoke to leaders in foodservice at these universities. Meeting the demands of today’s... Read more »
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