Summary Defined as consumers aged 18-34, Millennials are a sizable demographic cohort in many major markets today. They account for the largest generation in the American workforce in 2015 and a major proportion of the population of emerging economies like India and China. The Millennial generation will yield significant global influence over the next decade and will continue to be highly influential in the global FMCG landscape. Key Findings Unlike previous generational cohorts, Millennials are "always on, always connected," using multiple digital touchpoints to share experiences and project a highly individualistic personal brand both onand offline. This generational group is challenging traditional notions of gender identities, which will evolve further and become more mainstream by 2025. The concept of gender fluidity will become the norm for their children, which will force FMCG manufacturers to redefine gender-oriented marketing strategies. In 2025, Millennials will need to tackle negative health effects associated with overconsumption of protein. Innovation concepts for NPD inspiration will include mimicking meat consumption experiences in plant-based food, and delivering health-enhancing ingredients through alternative formats... Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 356152 3450 USD New
Todays Millennials in 2025 : Identifying opportunities to effectively target this generational group in the future
 

Todays Millennials in 2025 : Identifying opportunities to effectively target this generational group in the future

Todays Millennials in 2025 : Identifying opportunities to effectively target this generational group in the future

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Published On : November  2015
Pages : 44

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Summary

Defined as consumers aged 18-34, Millennials are a sizable demographic cohort in many major markets today. They account for the largest generation in the American workforce in 2015 and a major proportion of the population of emerging economies like India and China. The Millennial generation will yield significant global influence over the next decade and will continue to be highly influential in the global FMCG landscape.

Key Findings
Unlike previous generational cohorts, Millennials are "always on, always connected," using multiple digital touchpoints to share experiences and project a highly individualistic personal brand both onand offline. 

This generational group is challenging traditional notions of gender identities, which will evolve further and become more mainstream by 2025. The concept of gender fluidity will become the norm for their children, which will force FMCG manufacturers to redefine gender-oriented marketing strategies.

In 2025, Millennials will need to tackle negative health effects associated with overconsumption of protein. Innovation concepts for NPD inspiration will include mimicking meat consumption experiences in plant-based food, and delivering health-enhancing ingredients through alternative formats like IV drips.

Synopsis
Todays Millennials in 2025 first explores the attitudes and behaviors of Millennials (i.e. consumers aged 18-34) today by identifying five key traits typical of this generational group. It then goes on to the reports core focus: outlining future potential concepts and innovation implications for FMCG manufacturers along five themes identified by Canadean that reflect the attitudes, concerns, and behaviors of the Millennial generation in 2025 marriage and housing, gender identity, sharing economy, health, and employment and work.

Reasons To Buy
Gain in depth insight into Millennials and their importance in influencing todays FMCG landscape.

Understand the attitudes, concerns, and behaviors of the Millennial generation in 2025 (i.e. consumers who will be aged 28-44 at the time). 

Explore interesting concepts to inspire future NPD to target Millennials effectively in 2025.
Table Of Contents
Introduction
Five Traits About Todays Millennials
Things to Know About Millennials in 2025
Marriage and Housing
Sharing Economy
Gender Identity
Health Issues
Employment and Work
Conclusions
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