Posts Tagged ‘innovation’

New tech is Star Trek: Millennials and the fitness gadgets they wear

We previously wrote a post on the #Selfcare phenomenon that has seized the Millennial generation -if you haven’t had a chance to read it click here to check it out. That post and your conversation got us thinking about how Millennial views on health and healthy lifestyles are unique as compared to other generations. With that […]

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Deloitte’s Millennial Innovation Survey

The members of the Millennial generation represent the future of economic, political, and social life as well as the future of business – they are our future leaders, consumers, agents of change, and hold the key to global prosperity. Restoring and enhancing the reputational capital of business therefore has a twofold importance for todayʼs business […]

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5 Simple Ways Millennials Can Build Their Network

By: Heather R. Huhman Parade July 30, 2013 If you’re a Millennial, you’re at an advantage when it comes to networking. Why? Because you have the power of social media on your side. However, although your social-media- and technology-savvy have helped you meet professionals all over the world, you’re still missing out on an opportunity to […]

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Millennials Want to Donate to Charities, Save the World. Really

By: Heesun Wee CNBC May 3, 2013 Forget T-shirts. If you’re in the business of asking people for donations, usual outreach strategies such as hawking candy bars, e-mail blasts and mass mailers are getting some competition. Nimble charities and philanthropists are instead discovering crowdfunding as an effective, efficient tool for collecting money from the masses. The […]

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CANADA: ‘Hide Your Education if You Want a Job!’

By: Jennifer Blastorah The Huffington Post (The Blog) March 27, 2013 Returning to Canada in the autumn of 2011, after completing my master’s degree abroad, I had high hopes of starting a career. Fluent in German, with international experience, educated in Canada and Germany, and with plenty of practical work experience, I was hopeful that […]

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E. & J. Gallo Winery Targets Millennial Generation For Sales Growth

By John Karolefski CPG Matters Feb. 2013 Forward-thinking marketers of consumer packaged goods have targeted the Millennial generation as the key demographic for sales growth. These 21 to 36 year olds – also called Generation Y – are interested in food and cooking. Not surprisingly, this group shapes up as an ideal consumer of wine […]

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Leadership in the Millennial Generation?

By Shannon Kellogg Huffington Post Blog Much of the media coverage of millennials — those individuals born between 1977 and 1998 — is about how to lead millennials, how to teach millennials, and generally how to navigate and wrangle this new breed. I remember the first time I really heard about millennials, I was preparing […]

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