This new study explores changing consumer attitudes and behaviors toward personal finance, the global economy and individual consumption.
As people grow more concerned about what’s in the products they eat, their relationships with food brands are weakening. Whereas in the past, consumers felt strong connections with beloved food brands, today the industry is rife with disruption and distrust.
In this report, we explore how various food movements are evolving, what trends are gaining ground, and how food brands can regain the trust of customers. Findings from this report include:
• Me, My Body, and the Planet
• Local Is the New Organic
• Raw PleasureDOWNLOAD
NEW STUDY FROM HAVAS WORLDWIDE REVEALS WIDESPREAD AMBIVALENCE TOWARD LIFE AT HYPERSPEED
NEW STUDY FROM HAVAS WORLDWIDE REVEALS DIVERGENT ATTITUDES TOWARD BODY IMAGE AND HEALTH
Are you hedonistic, holistic, or functionalist about your body? Odds are, it depends where you live. People around the world, almost universally, report a positive relationship with their body ‑ calling it a source of happiness, pleasure, pride, and power, according to the new research made by our team of Havas Worldwide New York.Download
Havas Worldwide Launches The Latest Prosumer Report: The New Dynamics of Family
For its newest Prosumer Report, we undertook a sweeping global study of perspectives on the changing family unit. “The New Dynamics of Family” explores structural shifts within the modern family, changing family relationships, parenting in the digital age, and the impact of children on consumption habits.Download
Havas Worldwide Launches Annual Trends Report: 10 Trends for 2015
While two years ago we noted the coming rise in “co-” words (co-create, co-parent, copreneur), for 2015 we are calling out “self-” as the overriding idea. As you might very well know from the previous publications, our PR team in New York, led by Marian Salzman the award-winning trendspotter is creating a smart forecast every year to cover the what nexts.Download
Havas Worldwide Launches The Latest Prosumer Report: Hashtagnation - Marketing To The Selfie Generation
Adolescents and young adults have long been a focus of marketers — and not just because of their current purchasing power, but because these formative years are known to have a lasting influence on brand preference. Research from RoperASW shows that around age 11, children begin to break away from their parents’ brand choices and experiment with competitor brands. By age 18, adolescents begin to narrow down their brand preferences and choose favorites.Download