Posts in category "Marketing to Millennials"

How Millennials Changed My Management Style

How Millennials Changed My Management Style
Efficiency with effectiveness is considered a cardinal virtue of the workplace. But to achieve optimum results and productivity from my teams of Millennial colleagues, I’ve had to eschew “efficient” management styles that were preferred by older generations. In consulting assignments for the Cambridge Group and Insight to Action, my teams conduct large, multi-faceted projects. A... Read more »

Your Home’s Changing Role as a Workplace and Income Source

Your Home’s Changing Role as a Workplace and Income Source
How 32 Million Americans ‘Working at Home’ is Changing Our Lives and Living Spaces Remote working is a significant trend in the US workplace, and it’s changing not only the way we work but the way we live, as well.  In new construction and renovations alike, making home offices that are more functional and appealing... Read more »

Which Millennials? Selling to the Stereotype Ignores Realities for Many of These 75 Million Consumers

Which Millennials? Selling to the Stereotype Ignores Realities for Many of These 75 Million Consumers
A recent SNL skit on Millennials humorously portrays the workplace generation gap, with Millennials (defined as “twenty-somethings”) expressing their expectations for career advancement. What A Difference 5 Years Can Make Often overlooked, however, is that during their 20s, Millennials transition through dramatically different lifestages. By the time they are 25-29, fully 45% of women are... Read more »
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Millennial Drinkers Enjoy ‘Farm Fresh Authenticity’ from Emerging $500M Hard Cider Market

Millennial Drinkers Enjoy ‘Farm Fresh Authenticity’ from Emerging $500M Hard Cider Market
On the strength of Millennials seeking local fare, authentic experiences and connections to the farms that grow their food, hard cider has catapulted from obscurity into a $500 million market. From 2012-3, cider volume sales increased over 60%. In 2014, sales grew another 49%. This year, growth is projected to continue at a +39% pace.... Read more »

Comfort Seekers? Fashion Apparel Retail Expert Identifies Surprising Millennial Consumer Segments

Comfort Seekers? Fashion Apparel Retail Expert Identifies Surprising Millennial Consumer Segments
Many fashion retail executives think their competitive edge with Millennials will be found in offering the latest fashion. Retailing expert and Waypoint Partners principal Judy Harrison has surprising research that proves otherwise. While developing growth strategies for a fashion apparel brand, Harrison found that women ages 15-25 divide into three primary segments—and fashion-forward women comprise... Read more »

Bespoke Beverages: How How F’real and Coca-Cola Freestyle Satisfy Millennial Cravings

Bespoke Beverages: How How F’real and Coca-Cola Freestyle Satisfy Millennial Cravings
Millennials are renowned for their love of personalized options, and they also desire real-life experiences outside their digital lives. Here’s how two beverage brands have crafted market strategies to appeal to these Millennial preferences. Coca-Cola Freestyle: Two Billion Beverages Served In 2010, the world’s largest beverage company, with 20 brands that produce over $1 billion... Read more »
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good2grow’s ‘Healthy Fun’ Market Strategy Wins with Millennial Moms

good2grow’s ‘Healthy Fun’ Market Strategy Wins with Millennial Moms
For Mom, serving juice to her child has become a bit of a sticky subject. Pediatricians recommend no more than 6-12 ounces of 100% fruit juice each day, and they suggest offering whole fruit instead. Meanwhile, kids love juice. Kids’ brand good2grow has made Mom’s decision easier by bringing these competing interests together with its... Read more »

Walgreens Draws Urban Millennial Consumers for Convenient Trips with Chicago Flagship Store

Walgreens Draws Urban Millennial Consumers for Convenient Trips with Chicago Flagship Store
Wander into the flagship Wrigley Building Walgreens, and you may do a double take just to make sure you’re really in a drugstore. The cleverly designed store features freshly made sushi and soup, an expansive Beer Cave, a bar for creating custom juices, smoothies and milkshakes, along with appealing displays of popular cosmetic brands. Walgreens... Read more »

From Egg McMuffin to Eastman Egg: America’s Insatiable Appetite for Breakfast Sandwiches Keeps Growing

From Egg McMuffin to Eastman Egg: America’s Insatiable Appetite for Breakfast Sandwiches Keeps Growing
For on-the-go consumers who can’t eat breakfast at home, breakfast sandwiches are a popular choice. In 2013, NPD noted that breakfast sandwiches made the Top 10 list for both at home and away from home morning foods. There are many reasons for breakfast sandwich popularity, including taste, portability, ease of eating, a satisfying and filling... Read more »
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Motorola Mobility: A Workplace Designed for Collaboration

Motorola Mobility: A Workplace Designed for Collaboration
The Continuing Influence of Millennial Workplace Sensibilities Recently, I enjoyed visiting Motorola Mobility’s space in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart.  The expansive, 600,000 square-foot space is carefully designed to encourage collaboration among work teams and to stimulate creativity.  Motorola Mobility, the established mobile-device brand recently acquired by Lenovo, has moved 2,400 employees into the new facility. Steve... Read more »
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