posts tagged ‘moms

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -Adweek explores how brands can target ad-weary Millennials. -In light of Facebook’s new “legacy” feature, NPR explores digital afterlives and virtual immortality. -With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, Forbes breaks down the price […]

While researching our latest report, Meet the New Family, we asked consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow for her perspective on how changing family structures are affecting consumers, from today’s young parents to the growing population of solo dwellers. Yarrow, author of Decoding the New Consumer Mind: How and Why We Shop and Buy, also discussed how […]

While researching our latest report, “Meet the New Family,” we spoke to Kathy Sheehan, who has global responsibility for GfK’s consumer trends services. Sheehan spoke to us about how and why families are changing and how marketers can respond. “You have all types of new and not-so-new family formations becoming more common,” she told us, […]

JWT: Meet the New Modern Family (September 2014) from JWTIntelligence We’re all seeing examples of “modern family” in our own lives as social norms rapidly change, and chances are your own household diverts from tradition in some key ways. Yet many brands aren’t yet portraying the new reality of today’s families or fully speaking to […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -The Wall Street Journal highlights four takeaways from the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, while a columnist for The Drum outlines his five takeaways from the festival. -The Wall Street Journal notes […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -McKinsey examines the digitization of the consumer journey and how companies can best meet customer needs as physical and virtual environments converge. -Quartz spotlights Cisco’s latest Visual Networking Index, which forecasts the […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. Due to Memorial Day office closures, this double-edition roundup covers items from the past two weeks. -CNN explores how the city of tomorrow might look. -Mary Meeker released her annual Internet Trends […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -In the latest of an eight-part series, the Pew Research Center Internet Project analyzes expert opinions on how the Internet of Things will expand over the next decade. -An FT special report […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -A major new U.S. report on climate change warns that “this is not some distant problem of the future. This is a problem that is affecting Americans right now.” Gigaom’s Katie Fehrenbacher […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -With the NewFronts taking place in New York, the IAB’s Randall Rothenberg writes in Adweek that “marketers must embrace the transition into the post-television world.” The Economist and The New York Times take a […]


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  • Hemp foods
    July 7, 2015 | 10:00 am

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    Long overshadowed by society’s love-hate relationship with marijuana, non-intoxicating hemp has often been judged “guilty by association.” But this is changing as consumers interested in health and sustainability become more aware of the plant’s benefits. Recent months have seen a surge in hemp-based food products, such as hemp seeds, hemp oil, and hemp powder.

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  • Kenzo Totem
    July 6, 2015 | 11:51 am

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    This summer, Parisian fashion label Kenzo premieres its collection of unisex fragrances, Totem. Priced lower than the brand’s other fragrances, the new collection targets younger consumers who value diversity and eschew gender stereotypes, putting the brand in an ideal position to succeed with generation Z.

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  • Bloom
    June 29, 2015 | 11:32 am

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    A new service called Bloom aims to bridge the generation gap using stripped-down technology. The service includes a minimal tablet display interface that seniors can place in a chosen room to receive updates from family, as well as a smart wristband that activates the display automatically when users approach it. Other family members who’ve downloaded Bloom can share photos and videos to their loved one’s stream using their mobile devices.

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  • SecondHands
    June 25, 2015 | 12:02 pm

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    British online supermarket Ocado has announced its SecondHands program: a five-year project aiming to create an autonomous robotic warehouse employee. An example of our “Cognitive Technology” trend in this year’s Future 100 report, the project could revolutionize the way factories handle repairs, logistics and more, but comes with its share of challenges. Continue reading “SecondHands” »

  • Offices for the young at heart
    June 23, 2015 | 5:59 pm

    LegoModern offices, especially in the tech sector, have become known as adult playgrounds that foster creativity and collaboration. The image of millennials playing ping pong at work is its own meme in the age of The Social Network. And there’s a prevailing idea that the younger the workforce, the more cutting edge and productive the company.

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  • Transparency ratings
    June 22, 2015 | 4:23 pm

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    The fight for digital privacy continues to gain momentum two years after Edward Snowden’s dramatic disclosures. But while most technology companies have made progress in protecting consumer data, some are lagging behind, according to the latest report from the Electronic Frontier FoundationContinue reading “Transparency ratings” »

  • Taste rewind
    June 19, 2015 | 5:29 pm

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    Spotify’s new Taste Rewind feature is a music lover’s time machine. It’s a tool designed to help listeners discover “what you’d be jammin’ out to if you were born during a different decade.”

    Taste Rewind asks you to choose three of your favorite contemporary artists, then creates a personalized playlist representing each decade from the ‘60s on. Targeting a younger user base, the app plays on Millennials’ tendency to be nostalgic even about eras they never experienced. Continue reading “Taste rewind” »

  • Menswear’s delicate side
    June 17, 2015 | 5:13 pm

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    Recent years have seen a surge in gender-neutral fashion, from luxury heavyweights such as Prada to cult favorite Hood By Air. But this week at London Collections Men, designers are offering a new twist: lace, ruffles and velvet, constructed in distinctly masculine shapes. Continue reading “Menswear’s delicate side” »

  • Co-working gets domestic
    June 16, 2015 | 5:28 pm

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    Popular co-working space WeWork will soon launch WeLive—a project that combines WeWork’s famously fun work spaces with dorm-style micro apartments. A press release for WeLive describes the buildings as “neighborhoods,” featuring 200+ apartments with shared commercial-grade kitchens and community spaces, along with several floors of office space. Continue reading “Co-working gets domestic” »

  • Native American dining
    June 11, 2015 | 1:56 pm

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    Although it’s easy to sample the cuisines of Ethiopia or Vietnam in most major US cities, Native American restaurants are practically nonexistent. However, with the rise of locavore movements and interest in pre-industrial foods from the likes of the paleo crowd, the indigenous cuisines of the United States could be ready to claim their rightful place in today’s food culture. Continue reading “Native American dining” »

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