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Millennials are Driving Business Like Never Before Smart companies have been avid observers of Millennial habits and preferences when it comes to interacting with their brand. And since they are […]
Target Launches Made by Design with the Millennial Shopper in Mind Made by Design is Target’s newest sub-brand, and is the most daring product line yet from the one-stop shopping […]
Disney’s OTT Builds Anticipation Among Millennials Disney is set to launch its own streaming service in 2019 fueling the growing popularity of OTT. Studies are showing that consumers are increasing […]
Kitchenware Startups Focus in on Millennials Today pretty much any product can be purchased with ease from one’s laptop or mobile phone. It has become the norm for Millennials to […]
Millennial Women are a Purchasing Force Millennials are the largest generation, surpassing Baby Boomers, and possess significant buying power that marketers are appropriately paying attention to. More importantly, women of this […]
“As consumer behaviors shift towards a more digital, social and experiential economy, so does the luxury industry. Both emerging and established luxury brands are constantly working to reinvent themselves, connect digitally and capture the heart of the next luxury consumer. Millennials are still willing to spend money on things they care about — but they find greater value in experiences, lifestyle enhancement, positive impact and social media currency, rather than in physical products themselves.”
When you leave the arrivals gates at Sangster International Airport in Jamaica, to your immediate left is a wood-paneled porch featuring the Sandals Resorts International logo. Moms and dads in tropical print shirts hang by the front door, cocktails in hand, waiting for their transport to the ubiquitous all-inclusive resort, about a 15-minute drive away.
With Millennials leading the way, consumers are looking for tools that allow them to take control of their finances and make banking easier.
With student loan debt, mortgages, car payments, credit card debt, insurance payments, other expenses and a savings account to feed, a full-time job doesn’t always provide the sufficient funds. And generic retail part-time jobs simply don’t pay enough. Millennials, born between 1981 and 1997, want — and need — a higher payout for time spent at an additional job. That’s why many are turning to ride share companies like Uber and Lyft.Samantha Jameson, 31, of Ocala, works an