• ENGAGE:BOOMERS
    Will Boomers Go Pokemon?
    He hasn't walked over a cliff or discovered any dead bodies, but Paul, a Pokemon Go aficionado, has ignored important phone calls, struck up conversations with complete strangers, and even tried driving while playing. (He doesn't recommend that last one, calling it "perilous.")
  • ENGAGE:BOOMERS
    The 'Me Generation' Is Still The Most Valuable Generation
    The marketing landscape today bares little similarity to that of the 1970s, yet, through the dawn of digital and proliferation of new channels, one element has remained consistent: the focus on consumers between ages 18 and 49.
  • ENGAGE:BOOMERS
    Are You Ready For The Longevity Economy?
    For most of the recent past, when you thought about health care for people over 50, a few images came to mind. Mostly managing chronic illness and helping to keep sick people alive. Our grandparents' frequent trips to the doctor were often consumed with pain management and dealing with the negative results of the aging process. They'd go from specialist to specialist, getting treated for chronic diseases until they died or became too sick to care for themselves. A depressing prospect for those of us who just crossed the line into the 50 - 64 demographic.
  • ENGAGE:BOOMERS
    To Connect With Baby Boomers, Be A Servant Marketer
    Contemporary theories of marketing are increasingly defined in the context of collaborative relationships between a marketer and customers that operate on behalf of meeting needs of the latter. But honoring this idea is often problematic because a continuing focus on sales quotas pressure marketing and sales staff to concentrate more on making deals than on helping people meet their needs and fulfill their aspirations.