In the 1970s, only a very small percentage of musicians in top U.S. professional orchestras were female. Today, women hold more than 50% of the chairs in America's 250 top orchestras, which many behavioral economists attribute to a simple design choice: blind auditions.
Criteo surveyed thousands of members of Gen Z in the US, UK, France, Germany, Brazil, and Japan to understand what they think about shopping: e.g. what motivates them to shop and what they want from the retail experience.
"these days shoppers want their e-commerce activities to be easy, seamless and fast, and retailers adopting an omnichannel model encourage this online sales growth."
Every CEO, senior executive, CMO and CIO is obsessed with the future of retail in 2019 and beyond! But not consumers, billions of them. Consumers don't go through the day with terms like 'omnichannel', 'm-commerce', or 'mobile responsive' floating around their heads.
More than 70% of B2B buyers fully define their needs before engaging with a sales representative, and almost half identify specific solutions before reaching out.
The net worth of college graduates has increased over the decades, while the net worth of householders without a college degree has declined. Consequently, households headed by college graduates now control 74% of household wealth, up from 50% in 1989.
While generational research is inherently messy, with older generations studying "the kids" to figure them out, says the report, much of the recent research is awash in normative preconceptions, biases, and stereotypes.
Despite the urgency to find strong candidates to fill open positions, women are underrepresented in all levels of sales, holding just one in four mid-level sales manager roles, and only one in five sales leadership positions.
Experts say companies using AI with personal data must focus on GDPR and HIPAA, but long term, companies can expect governments and people affected to increasingly push for audits and explanations of AI decisions.
The largest cable and telephone providers in the U.S., representing about 95% of the market, acquired about 800,000 net additional broadband Internet subscribers in 1Q 2018.