“Early Warning Services, LLC, the network operator behind Zelle, today released the results of its second Digital Payments Adoption Study. It found that 50% of first time P2P users are aged 45 and older. Not just for younger generations, older generations are trialing P2P because of growing confidence and trust in digital payments.”
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Member of Generation Y (29- to 38-year-olds) are just as much, if not more, excited about online shopping via mobile device than the younger generations, according to recent research from GfK!
New video research from Parks Associates finds more than 85% of millennials in U.S. broadband households subscribe to at least one OTT video service. This research comes from Parks Associates’ OTT Video Market Tracker, which includes an exhaustive analysis of market trends and profiles of OTT video service providers in the U.S. and Canada, such as Netflix, HBO, YouTube and Amazon. The Tracker features a new way to blend company profiles with industry research data and analysis of competing players’ strengths and weaknesses in the space.
“Shingles vaccination is now nearly twice as effective as the previous protocol and available to patients 10 years younger than before, enabling largescale prevention of a painful, common condition. Adoption of the new standard of care could vastly reduce the one million annual cases of the disease, according to osteopathic physicians.”
Banks’ huge investments in innovation may not yet be on the mark in creating experiences their customers want, according to new research from Genpact. The survey shows that customers want both the convenience of new technology and the personal service they’re used to with traditional channels, underscoring challenges that financial institutions face in achieving return on investment from digital transformation initiatives.
Of Americans who received physical education (PE) in school, a vast majority are active as adults and more than one-third are active to at least a “healthy level,” according to the Physical Activity Council’s (PAC) recently released 2018 Participation Report.
“Unretirement is becoming more common, researchers report. A 2010 analysis by Nicole Maestas, an economist at Harvard Medical School, found that more than a quarter of retirees later resumed working. A more recent survey from RAND Corporation, the nonprofit research firm, published in 2017, found almost 40% of workers over 65 had previously, at some point, retired.”
Why aren’t advertisers giving radio the credit it deserves, especially when considering reaching out to younger generations? Here’s why radio is a good addition to any ad campaign.
The year 2030 marks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 National Population Projections. By 2030, all baby boomers will be older than age 65. This will expand the size of the older population so that 1 in every 5 residents will be retirement age.