Age Blurring: How the Breakdown of Age Boundaries Is Affecting Global Consumer Markets

Euromonitor International
April 7, 2011
70 Pages - SKU: EP6265140
As global attitudes on youth, middle-age and the elderly have altered, the traditionally-perceived boundaries of age-appropriate lifestyles, behaviours and preferences are blurring, making it more difficult for marketers to stereotype consumers along the lines of age alone. This new report examines the impact of age compression and age stretching on markets and suggests ways in which marketers can find new ways to identify, communicate and connect with consumers in the future.

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