The Next World: How Millennials Will Shape Retail

June 20, 2016

The Next WorldDaymon Worldwide Releases “The Next World: How Millennials Will Shape Retail”

Porto Salvo, Portugal (June 20, 2016): Global consumer retail leader and private brand pioneer, Daymon Worldwide, today released “The Next World: How Millennials Will Shape Retail,” a worldwide Millennials market research study. The research explores the nuances and values of this generation to gain a better understanding of how they will shape the future of retail. Conducted in April 2016, the global research project surveyed more than 7,000 Millennials and Generation Xers in five continents and 14 countries across the globe. The data generated from the survey was analyzed to identify the main differences between these generations’ beliefs, attitudes, behaviors, consumption patterns, shopper journeys, value of brands, and relationships with technology.

“By the year 2030, there will be more Millennials than any other generation, including Baby Boomers, in the United States,” said Daymon Worldwide President of International Vasco Brinca. “We have never experienced a generation like this, in large part because they have grown up with economic uncertainty, high unemployment, and are always-on digitally. It is critically important to study this generation and their culture today to discover the impact they’ll have on the world’s future in the years to come.”

Daymon Worldwide’s Millennial research assesses Millennials in three major areas: their attitudes and beliefs, their shopping missions and consumption behavior, and their perception of brand and private labels.