Marketing to Older Consumers - Future of Marketing

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Marketing, Brands, Mobile Consumers, Big Data

How to market to older consumers and grow your business. Many retail brands, travel companies and other businesses are starting to target older people much more actively – because there are so many of them, they are rapidly growing in number, and many of them also have money to spend. Over 75% of all UK and American wealth is now owned by those over the age of 65 and most of them are women. So you could say that older women own most of America and the UK. In Italy by 2026 there will be over a million people living over the age of 90 – and this mainly female group will be large enough to decide every election result. We will see a similar situation in Germany and many other nations. Yet despite all this, most businesses fail to meet the needs of older people. Need a world-class marketing keynote speaker? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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Marketing to Tribes, consumer groups, targets social marketing

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Target groups marketing Impact of tribalism on business: culture, niche markets, consumer groups, cultural belonging, family, team leadership, community, business unit, neighborhood, village, town, nation. Language and culture in tribal marketing. Tribal links based on interests, location, business. Social networking and new online tribes. How to strengthen corporate tribes, brand loyalty and customer commitment. Impact of Web 2.0, blogs, blogging and social networking ...

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The future of marketing - Article in Portuguese

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The future of marketing - Lisbon Portugal

Marketing: Profissionais reunidos em congresso insistem n ecessidade de inovar Agencia Lusa Portugal - 24 November 2005

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Why Consumer Reports can't predict the future - Future of Marketing

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Don’t believe consumer reports – they can’t predict the future. Consumer reports only tell us about today. They tell us nothing about tomorrow. Customers usually know even less about the future than the executives who have paid to ask them. Consumer reports are always history, relating to past products and services. Of course they are useful to read before going out and spending a load of money, and are a way of listening into community gossip about what is going on in the market place, but they have limitations. Archive: Based on article published Sunday Telegraph 1/11/98

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Future of Advertising Billboards and Signs. Futurist Q&A

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Q to www.twitter.com on future of advertising, marketing and media campaigns. How to reach target audiences more effectively. Impact of new media and traditional media.

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