The Age of Aging begins in 2014 as the last of the Baby Boomers turn 50, and no other global trend will do more to impact the way we live, think, act and interact with brands for the next 20 years! Peter Hubbellas first book a The Old Rush: Marketing for Gold in the Age of Aging a is an invaluable primer for marketers who want to seize the next big fast-growth opportunityaba chance to propel their brands and businesses forward rapidly and on a global scale. The Old Rush establishes a parallel with the famous California Gold Rush of the mid-nineteenth century, and draws on the authoras own insights and observations from a 30-year career at the forefront of the advertising business. Hubbell makes a strong case for why the nearly 80 million Baby Boomers are Marketingas Most Valuable Generationac and then outlines the basic rules of marketing engagement with this cohort, along with practical ideas that brands and businesses can use to create their own success. The lessons from the Gold Rush are particularly apt to the modern-day Old Rush: Decisiveness, agility, creativity and perseverance will be the skills needed to thrive and prosper with the aging consumer.Right then and there, mylifelong values of hard work, honesty and dignity came into full conflict with Levia#39;s portrayal of ... Leafing throughthe catalog, Icame across a great looking pair of(blue) jeans, worn by an attractive, rugged guymy age.
|Title||:||The old rush|
|Publisher||:||LID Editorial - 2014-04-22|