Millennials hate talking on the phone but want a relationship with the companies they buy from. There's a lot to know about them.
Nomadness Travel Tribe began with 100 Facebook friends of the founder and now counts more than 10,000 members.
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Your company can no longer afford to ignore what this demographic wants.
Whatever you do, don't let them get bored.
The common line of thought is that our generation wants more than we "deserve" and we're not willing to work for it. But let's all take a step back.
Emily Weiss' Glossier is brushed with social media success.
Millennials are a hot marketing topic today, but it's a big mistake to see them as homogeneous. Here's why.
As Millennials come to dominate the workforce, understanding how to appeal to them as consumers and employees becomes crucial.
These companies, most of which have seen huge profits, have instituted programs that see them donate large amounts of cash and allow employees to volunteer.
KFC believes that a negative response equates to a good response. No wonder the chain is struggling.
If you want to retain top talent, focus on establishing a culture with ample professional development opportunities, that empowers instead of commands, and that serves as a platform for innovation and intrapreneurship.
If this university president could get over her dread of public speaking, so can you.
millennials refers to the generation born between the early 1980s and early 2000s. Whether marketing to millennials or hiring them, it can help to understand this generation’s typically-accepted characteristics: They are digital natives, they have a desire for social impact and they face a higher level of student debt and unemployment than other recent generations.
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