Battle of the Generations - The Drinks Industry Fight for iGen, Millennial, Gen X and Baby Boomer Consumers 2017 - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Battle of the Generations - The Fight for iGen, Millennial, Gen X and Baby Boomer Consumers" report to their offering.

Different consumer age groups now have very different expectations and relationships with brands. Understanding what those are, and developing ways to influence them, is becoming increasingly crucial to how successful drinks brands are going to be in the future.

Award-winning drinks journalist Richard Siddle compares and contrasts the four different generations (iGen, Millennial, Gen X and Baby Boomers), with specific reference to their relationship with what they drink and how the drinks industry is talking to them. It explores the different personality and behavioural traits of each generation and looks at the best ways for drinks brands and retailers to engage with and talk to them.

As the report asserts, the successful drinks brands of the future will be those that find a way to seamlessly connect and engage with their target consumer or generation group by truly understanding all their likes and dislikes.

Extract: Each and every generation has its own unique and very definite distinguishing characteristics. The time in history when we grow up cannot fail to have an enormous influence on how we develop, both as individuals and as a wider generation... For brands and retailers this throws up different challenges. On the one hand, they must understand the intricacies, the likes, dislikes and trigger points of each generation they are hoping to engage with.

This report identifies four core demographics that make up the majority of today's consumers, and examines how the drinks industry serves and talks to each in turn.

The report also considers the different forces acting upon on each generation, and yet how, in some important ways, the generations are arguably closer to each other as they have ever been.

Understand how the battle for drinks consumers is affecting each generation - buy this report today.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary

2. iGen/Generation Z (Born 1996 and later)

- Key behavioural traits

- Overview

- Recession damaged

- Powered by technology

- Doing the right thing

- Just say no

- Embracing diversity

3. Millennials/Generation Y (Born 1977 to 1995) Key behavioural traits

- Overview

- Used to being in control

- Millennials and wine

- Why millennials love wine

- Case study: Fruit-based wine

- Spirits and wine over beer

- Big beer's fighting back

- Millennials key to the off-trade

- Millennials and e-commerce

- Gender gaps

4. Generation X (Born 1965 to 1976) Key behavioural traits

- Overview

- Backpacker generation

- Haves and have-nots

- Escape to victory

- Brands with personality

5. Baby Boomers (Born 1946 to 1964) Key behavioural traits

- Overview

- Feeling ignored

- Experienced drinkers

- Limited choice

- Health-conscious

- Happy with technology

6. Summary Technology is bringing us all together

- Seeking emotional relationships

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Related Topics: Beverage