Millennials as consumersCategory
Event backed up by research, not opinions.
Don’t get a real job.
I discussed Millennials with Coca-Cola, eBay, Google and Louis Vuitton.
I’m coming out. I don’t understand the news.
Travel – the only thing I safe for. The only thing that makes me feel truly alive.
I vlogged! Casual interview with Tersha Willis from my bedroom? Any time!
“I actually don’t care about brands being cool, …” The video of the funnest woking day of 2014 …
Let our people do the talking …
The last two week’s progress has been unbelievable! We have companies like Mashable, Instagram and Facebook show interest in the event.
Millennials will buy what they sell themselves through creating and interacting with their peers @nextgenconsumer
GAP – because I dress for myself. It’s what I am, not what I look like.
BTW, is there anybody on the planet who actually enjoys pre-roll video adverts on YouTube and wouldn’t hit “Skip Ad” after 5 seconds? Well, I didn’t!
The Ice Bucket Challenge gives people a way to relate and to sympathize with the sufferers by volunteering to undertake the uncomfortable and breathless sensation of ice cold water.
Jennifer Lawrence showed us that being awkward and loving food more than partying was the new awesome.
Phone is the least important application of a phone.
Buzzfeed is a marketing genius! What’s behind its success?
According to research big words, make people think you’re even dumber.