News and Articles About Seniors
The Baby Boomer generation is social media savvy and has disposable income, making them a desirable customer base.
How hard you work has much more to do with success than how many years old you are.
Instead of enjoying retirement, Americans 65 and older are increasingly participating in the labor force.
It's the first in Hasbro's line of 'companion' pets for the elderly.
Pat Abernathey believed the Caring Senior Service model so much, he went from the vice president of franchise development to running a franchise himself.
Talk about work ethic: Felimina Rotundo says she likes working because it 'gives her something to do.'
With more seniors owning mobile devices and using social media, brands need to step up their mobile-marketing game.
With senior-tech now a mainstay at the Consumer Electronics Show and spending such products is expected to more than double between 2013 and 2018, entrepreneurs need to ensure their technology addresses this market.
Tailoring your customer support to seniors' unique needs will help you build customer loyalty and position your business for success as the demographic continues to grow and change.
The team at IDEO, an innovation and design firm, is inspired by Barbara Beskind's unique perspective and enthused by her resolve.
With child-tracking capabilities and a 911 emergency feature, the Burg 31 doesn't need to be tethered to a mobile device in order to place calls or send texts.
These are the franchises you'll be talking about next year, from children's enrichment companies to pizza companies and more.
Julian Gordon left the construction industry to start Amramp, a successful franchise aimed to help the elderly and disabled.
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