The real change is taking place in the global shifts within social and cultural norms. There are huge differences in expectations between consumers born Before Google (BG) and After Google (AG). As the Digital Natives (those born in the 1980’s) are now entering their 30’s, we are set to witness one of the biggest shifts in global consumer behaviour, perhaps since the invention of the teenager in the US in the 1950’s. What do this generation expect from life, relationships, brands and retailers? What will they demand from a consumption and purchase experience? And most importantly how must we prepare to meet these needs.
Using a blend of social and cultural anthropology, futurology and global consumer behaviour shifts, we will examine where this could all be heading.
"Ken’s presentations to the ECR Europe community are always a highlight and his invite to present once again at the Leaders Forum did not disappoint. His Digital DNA speech was very challenging to the business leaders in the room without exception. It was highly informative and as always incredibly entertainment. It is a window into a future that all brand owners need to witness"PRESIDENT UNILEVER EUROPE
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