Friday, May 21, 2010

Break'N Through - The Finals!

Don't miss Break'n Through - The Finals - to benefit VH1 Save the Music Foundation - May 27th - Gramercy Theater - NYC - The Dream and Allison Hagendorf Celebrity Judges
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Friday, April 23, 2010

Something Awesome(r) from Bong Spirit

Bong Spirit's Vodka is not just Awesome, it's AwesomER!
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New report on Millennial trends & other generations released

New report on Millennial trends & other generations released

Millennials are confident, connected and open to new ideas. Pew Research has released a new report full of lots of fun numbers and charts regarding the Millennial generation, and how they compare to the three generations above them (Gen X, Boomers, Silent).  You can read the report overview here and the full pdf report (150 pages of goodness!) here.

Millennium Prime (MLMN) Presents BREAK’N THROUGH to Benefit VH1 Save the Music!

Millennium Prime (MLMN) Presents BREAK’N THROUGH to Benefit VH1 Save the Music!

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Millennials as Brand Ambassadors

Passion, loyalty and individuality make Millennials amongst the best brand ambassadors.  You want to see a collection of the greatest ambassadors on this Earth?  Checkout the "Tribe", bonded by the finest Vodka ever to come out of Holland by Bong Spirit Imports at 

And millennials can be both loyal—and extremely vocal—brand ambassadors. “If I have a good experience, the first thing I do is get it out on Twitter, write about it, whatever. Our generation, in general, is quick to say if we have a good experience, and maybe even quicker [to say] if we have a bad experience,” said Cheuvront.

See more at IRI Summit: What Millennials Want  

Thursday, March 25, 2010

GenX and Millennials Driving Recovery

According to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and Retail Forward, entitled The New Consumer Behavior Paradigm: Permanent or Fleeting?, for the first time in the last three recessions, it will not be Baby Boomers at the heart of the economic recovery, as the recession has taken a bite of their savings and retirement accounts. This time it is the Gen Xers and Millennials who will be driving the recovery. 

A higher proportion of Gen Y's income is discretionary as a result of fewer debts and a less-urgent need to accumulate wealth in the immediate term relative to older shoppers. Furthermore, as this generation is accustomed to instant gratification and demands the latest gadgets, spending on technology staples like MP3 players and smart phones will remain a priority and create unique opportunities for tech-oriented retailers.

See original research brief here:
GenX and Millennials Driving Recovery by Jack Loechner

For a complete report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers, please visit them here