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Gen Z Is Now, Kid! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Our nation’s future is here. Boosted by Hispanic & Asian births & immigration, Gen Z will be the first American generation that is equally Multicultural and White Non-Hispanic. In the top 10 Total Market (TM) states, 6 in 10 Gen Z are of Multicultural background vs 4 in 10 in the other 40 states. Half of all Gen Z reside in the Top 10 TM states. ... Read More

Seven 2014 Millennial Economic Power Insights You Can’t Forget [INFOGRAPHIC]

Multicultural Millennials are already the majority in the top 10 Total Market states. While the last ‘class’ of Millennials turned 18 years of age in 2014, the U.S. Millennial adult population continues to expand due to positive net migration, mostly from Multicultural Millennials. Multicultural Millennials also generated HALF of the incremental Millennial income in the U.S. reflecting that they are behind Gen Y’s economic tipping point. This accelerating power has catapulted their confidence yet they are purchasing in Value retail formats.   ... Read More

Hispanic Digital Decision Journey [INFOGRAPHIC]

Hispanics’ Digital Path to Purchase offers brands similar opportunities for personalized and localized engagement & loyalty as the overall market. ... Read More

10 Most Influential Total Market States Part IV: Multicultural Millennials [INFOGRAPHIC]

In 2013, a majority (52%) of Millennials in the Top 10 Total Market (TM) states were of Multicultural background compared to 1 in 3 of Millennials in the remaining 40 states. Between 2010 and 2013, the U.S. Millennial population grew at 0.6% annually due to net positive migration. Multicultural Millennials generated the vast majority (76%) of the Millennial growth in these top 10 TM states, growing 3 times faster than White Non-Hispanic Millennials. The top 10 TM states represented 53% of all U.S. Millennials and fueled 72% of the U.S. Millennial growth. ... Read More

10 Most Influential Total Market States Part III: Gross Domestic Product 2010-13 [INFOGRAPHIC]

As the U.S. GDP inched up 2% annually since 2010 to $15.5T in 2013, the 10 most influential Total Market (TM) states yielded the brunt of the economic expansion. These 10 TM states generated nearly 60% of the country’s net GDP growth. Fueled by a population base that is 60% Multicultural, TX & CA account for a third of the total U.S. GDP growth. NY, FL, & GA are next in line to become majority Multicultural by 2025. ... Read More

Ten Most Influential Total Market States Part II: Buying Power [INFOGRAPHIC]

The U.S. economy hinges on the 10 leading TM states where Multicultural purchase power makes up about a third of the base and also a major contributor to the incremental Buying Power. In fact, over 4 in 10 new consumer purchasing dollars are generated by Multicultural segments in the Top 10 TM states as opposed to 1 in 5 in the other 40 states. ... Read More

Ten Most Influential Total Market States Part I: Population [INFOGRAPHIC]

SSG’s ’10 Most Influential States’ reveal the evolution towards a new mainstream. The transformation evident in these leading TM states has vast impact on immediate growth opportunities and quarterly corporate outcomes. This is the first in SSG’s continuing review of economic and behavioral game-changing factors, starting with populations shifts. Half of the US population and two-thirds of the US overall growth is generated by the Top TM states collectively. By 2020, Multicultural segments will become the majority segment in these 10 states as a group. ... Read More

Labor Force Watch [INFOGRAPHIC]

Labor Market Change (Mar'11 - Feb'14).- The labor force market has grown slightly at 0.5%. The good news is employment is growing and unemployment is decreasing. Hispanics fuel a major portion of White-Collar job gains while in a declining Blue-Collar sector, Hispanics are retaining more jobs. ... Read More

Who’s driving the Growth for Food Stores? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Major shifts: Hispanics & Multicultural non-Hispanic generated six in ten of all new grocery buyers between 2011 to 2013. Health-Natural stores buyers growth rate was led by Most Acculturated Hispanic segment. Hispanics led in Mass/Discount growth rate. On the other hand, Least Acculturated buyers declined sharply for Hispanic Grocery stores and C- stores. Millennials led in the growth rate of Low-Tier and in the decline of Mid-Tier. ... Read More

Ten Latina Millennial Nuances

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SSG reveals in a deep dive into Latina Millennials’ mindsets that they show distinct nuances vs. their White Non-Hispanic counterparts. […]

The Promise And Reality Of ‘Total Market’ And How CMOs Need To Address It

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Aug 23, 2016 by Pepper Miller.- Total Market strategy is defined by the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies as “a […]

Gen Z 1.0; Hispanic vs White NH [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Hispanic Culture remains strong among Hispanic Gen Z reflecting distinct dimensions of Values: hyper-aspirational drive, determination, community mindedness, and family […]

Hispanic Gen Zers’ Families: Where Stress Begins and Love Never Ends

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In our latest Gen Z qualitative exploration, we spoke with Hispanic and White Non-Hispanic Gen Zers to better understand differences […]