Other generations sometimes like to blame Millennials and Gen Z for killing industries. The truth is more complicated, and change comes in many forms. Read More »
A recent USA Today article about generations quoted CGK President and generational expert, Jason Dorsey. The article revealed how Millennials and Gen Z are reviving products and practices that have declined in popularity in recent years (or decades). The list includes record players, Polaroid cameras, and even marriage!
Our youngest generations are often labeled as responsible—or even the catalyst—for the rapid decline of once-thriving industries. In fact, Millennials and Gen Z may be bringing several declining trends back to life!
Bloomberg News recently wrote a feature story on Gen Z, and The Center for Generational Kinetics played a key role!
Gen Z represents the greatest generational business opportunity of the last fifteen years.
Understanding the influence of Gen X parents on Gen Z—and the resulting behaviors and expectations—enables business leaders to design strategies and solutions that will help Gen Z thrive. Read More »
CGK Keynote Speaker Jason Dorsey just returned from headlining a global business conference in Singapore.
The attendees were leaders and executives who run businesses in more than 80 countries around the world.
He shared exactly how you can build your business and brand across generations around the world by accurately understanding Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers. Read More »
Here is what we uncovered as part of our ongoing national quantitative Gen Z research
For Generation Z, social media has always been a part of their lives. In fact, they don’t view it as media at all.
For them, it’s how they connect, learn, debate, date, express themselves, and so much more. Social media connects Gen Z to the world around them, but it also connects the world to Gen Z. Read More »
Our top tips for hiring the generation after Millennials
Recruiting Gen Z employees into the workplace is a totally different game than it was for Millennials.
Our latest research reveals some of the top ways you can recruit and retain Gen Z employees into your line of work, no matter the industry. Read More »
For brands looking to engage with Gen Z, Instagram and Snapchat are key
Our State of Gen Z™ 2018 Report shows that the youngest generation’s preferences for interacting across platforms varies dramatically.
For brands looking to get into the social media action but might not know where to start, look to influencers. Read More »
46% of Gen Z follow more than 10 online influencers
According to our national study, “The State of Gen Z™ 2018,” 46% of Gen Z follow more than 10 online influencers (10% even follow 50 or more!).
Our research found that 73% of Gen Z follow at least one brand on social media and 52% are following three brands or more. Read More »
New study finds Gen Z phone usage outpaces previous generations
You thought Millennials were hooked to their phones? They don’t hold an iPhone flashlight to Gen Z.
According to our new national study, titled “The State of Gen Z™ 2018,” this mobile-dependent generation is reliant on their smartphone for everything and views it as an extension of themselves. Read More »
New Study Finds Gen Z Creates Digital Celebrities Out of Social Influencers
Our new national study titled “The State of Gen Z™ 2018,” found that Gen Z, ages 13-22, is redefining who is influential in today’s marketplace.
According to the study, Gen Z expects to interact with brands on social media and is doing so in greater numbers than Millennials. Read More »
As top college grads are swayed by Silicon Valley allure, firms like Goldman Sachs are taking their social media presence to the next level
In an age where companies can’t afford to be offline, even financial giant Goldman Sachs launched an official Instagram account in September 2018.
This is a crucial move for financial institutions that want to ensure they will maintain their competitive edge in the years to come. Read More »