Gen Z are many things, but they may not be what you expect.
For marketers, understanding their defining traits, engaging with them on their platforms and delighting them with useful products will put brands in the best position to capitalise on the opportunities they present.
In reality, one discovers quite rapidly that the newest adult generation has already established many of its own, unique characteristics and has quite a different identity to those of its predecessor.
As is common with any generation, Gen Z is no stranger to being associated with a range of stereotypes. For example, it’s not uncommon for these post-Millennials to be categorized as tech-addicted and having short attention spans. But how true are these Gen Z stereotypes and traits? The infographic below highlights five of the most common myths associated with this generation and dispels them through insightful data and reasoning, while exploring what makes them unique.
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