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Our team voted on our Top 8 Moments from 2018
To share with you the journey your support has helped us make possible, our team voted on our Top 8 Moments from 2018.
CGK Researcher Jared Boucher shares what you need to know right now about Gen Z to be prepared for what’s next
Listen up all you curious and fascinated marketers, brands, employers, teachers, and parents out there! There’s a new kid in town and you might be surprised with some of their unique trends and behaviors.
Gen Z, roughly 22 and younger, is the new emerging generation that represents the future of our country and they are proving to be modern, dependent, and more diverse than any previous generation. Read More »
Jason Dorsey explains the specific ways Gen Z is different from Millennials
Gen Z, the generation after Millennials, are about to explode onto the scene. Currently, the oldest members of the generation are graduating college, and they’re poised to enter the workforce en masse.
Plus, they hold an astronomical amount of spending power. But don’t mistake them for the next wave of Millennials. Read More »
Leading behavioral designer Heather Watson shares the different ways Gen Z uses each social media platform
“How does Gen Z use social media?” “What are their habits and preferences for each platform?”
These are the types of questions we try to answer with our research. Each month, we invite local Gen Zers to come together and share their thoughts on a variety of topics, from their plans for retirement savings to their preferences on feedback in the workplace. Read More »
Here’s what they like to spend on now…and what they want to buy later
Growing up in a post-9/11 society, Gen Z is shaping up to be very different from Millennials.
And as the oldest are now graduating college, they’re starting to exercise their spending power and they’ve got very unique spending habits. Read More »
The Center’s Director of Research Elli Denison Ph.D. reveals the advantages of generational research compared to traditional market research
As the Director of Research at The Center, I get asked a lot of questions about the generations research we do for our clients.
What exactly is generations research? How is it different from traditional market research? What extra value does your focus on generations add? Read More »
Jason Dorsey sheds light on how certain industries fail to adapt to changing needs
It seems there’s a new headline every day about Millennials “killing” a different industry.
According to some hyperbolic articles, Millennials are to blame for the demise of marriage, doorbells, napkins and even breakfast cereal. But what’s really going on? Read More »
Forbes Africa interviews Jason Dorsey to learn how Gen Z is disrupting industries and dictating new trends across the globe
Generation Z are emerging—and they are already creating waves thanks to mobile technology. Forbes Africa interviewed Jason Dorsey, President and Co-Founder at The Center for Generational Kinetics, to learn more about the Gen Z, the generation after Millennials, and why they are poised to change the world.
Jason shared that at The Center, we believe generations are often defined by significant historical events. Read More »
Jason Dorsey weighs in on how Millennials may have more financial knowledge than even Baby Boomers.
A new survey shows that when it comes to money and finances, Millennials might have a better handle on things than their parents’ generation.
A recent poll conducted by the Bank of America found that Millennials outscored Baby Boomers in almost every aspect of personal finance. Read More »
Were you born between Gen X and Millennials? You’re actually a Cusper.
Is it true there is a microgeneration called “Xennials” or “Oregon Trail Generation” between Gen X and Millennials?
No! There is no Xennial microgeneration. Those born on the cusp where Gen X ends and Millennials begin are still a part of their respective generations—sorry Oregon Trail fans! Read More »