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Millennials are Prime for Loyalty Programs. Here’s How You Can Hook Them

Posted June 5, 2019 by in Direct Marketing Trends

Loyalty programs have become much more sophisticated since their inception, but they’ve been around for centuries. In 1793, copper tokens were given to customers by U.S. merchants to use for future store purchases. This idea of giving customers rewards to attract return business caught the attention of other shopkeepers and soon led to many companies  […]

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What is a Xennial? – IWCO Direct

Xennials Explained: When is a Millennial Not a Millennial?

Posted March 29, 2019 by in Direct Marketing Trends

The problems millennials have created have been a point of conversation more than once around the Saturday coffee table (a time-honored Leone tradition). My two oldest siblings are staunch believers that millennials ruin just about everything (though, they add, it’s not always their fault). When I point out they are millennials—Pew Research lists millennials  […]

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Millennial vs. Gen Z Marketing Strategies – IWCO Direct

Why Brands Should Be the Ones to Bridge the Millennial/Gen Z Gap

Posted November 7, 2018 by in Strategy and Analysis

After writing September’s millennial/Gen Z blog, I went online to find a definitive answer about which generation I belong to (as someone born in 1996, I’m usually in the gray area between millennials and Generation Z). My first search told me a millennial is a person who reached young adulthood around the year 2000, so I am Gen Z (1995 or later). Business Insider disagreed; millennials are 1981–1996… I’m a millennial? […]

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Take a Deeper Look at Financial Planning for Millennials and Gen Z

Posted August 1, 2018 by in Strategy and Analysis

I was born in 1996, on the edge of the millennial/Generation Z line. My identity as a millennial or Gen Z-er completely depends on the source you’re reading. Weirdly enough, when discussing generational trends with professionals, the majority of questions I get (as the token young intern) are usually about financial planning for millennials  […]

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