Today, Levi’s is launching its first global campaign in three years. The ’Buy Better, Wear Longer’ initiative serves as a call-to-action for Gen Zers, urging them to reuse, repurpose and reduce their consumer footprint.
Recent days are starting to tell quite a story: There’s a shortage of individual ketchup packets, thanks to a 300 percent increase in restaurant to-go orders at the start of the pandemic. Corrugated cardboard boxes are in short supply as well, an effect of the 21.
A recent research study, ‘Decoding the gen Z mind in a post-Covid Singapore’, from DeVries Global states that “close to 96% of respondents surveyed indicated that they ‘are willing to pay a premium for brands they deem transparent’”.
30-second summary: 2020 was about survival while 2021 is about survival paired with opportunities to expand The ‘Cancel culture’ is real and a lot of brands need to focus on their digital customer experiences, trust, and being socially responsible 75 percent of younger consumers believe that bus
Only sixty companies on the Fortune 500 list for 1955 remained on the list in 2017. That is just 12%. In addition, a research study estimates that 40% of today’s Fortune 500 companies will not exist in ten years ahead.
The number of posts across social platforms and blogs that were tagged #ThriftFlip increased 236% between the second quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020, according to Tribe Dynamics. Meanwhile, #ClothingHaul increased just 26%.
Cheddar Climate: Wind Turbines and the Future of U.S. Renewable Energy In this episode of Cheddar Climate, we take a closer look at wind turbines and their place in U.S. energy infrastructure. Ben Geman, energy reporter at Axios, discusses wind energy’s role in President Biden’s climate plans.
It is a common assumption that younger generations — Gen Z and millennials — are more greatly concerned with global challenges. Born in the digital age, these generations are seen to be more health-conscious, socially aware and environmentally responsible.