In this episode Jeff Fromm talks about why marketers need to start planning for Gen Z who will very soon become our mothers of tomorrow. He profiles Generation Z and shares his research and highlights why strategies you are using today will not work when they become parents.
Jeff Fromm is a subject matter expert and International speaker on youth culture trends, marketing and innovation. He has keynoted over 500 times all over the world – well not Antarctica.
He is a contributing writer for Forbes and co-author of three books:Marketing to Millennials,Millennials with Kids as well as Marketing to Gen Z.
Jeff is president of FutureCast, a consumer trends consultancy that is a division of ad agency Barkley. While others talk about trends, Jeff and his partners are applying them to drive brand preference. His humorous stories and provocative strategy paradigms are supported by hard research.
Jeff has more than 25 years of brand marketing experience. He serves on the Board of Directors at Three Dog Bakery and Tickets For Less.
Jeff graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and attended The London School of Economics.
Katrina McCarter is the founder and CEO of Marketing to Mums, a marketing and research consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia. She is a Marketing Strategist, Best-Selling Author, Award-Winning Speaker and Advisor who specialises in helping brands sell more effectively to the world’s powerful consumer, Mums (or ‘Moms’ if you are from the US). She holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and an MBA (International Business) and has 18 years sales and marketing experience working across diverse industries including grocery, hardware and online. Katrina can assist you harness the power of Mums to drive sales and profit and gain a commercial advantage for your brand.
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It’s been built by marketers, for marketers. I’ve had the opportunity to see the platform in action and I genuinely think it’s worth taking a look at if you are a marketer managing large brands which want to attract Mums.
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