We know that Gen Z is different than Millennials. But how? And are those differences reflected in the way that your brand communicates with Gen Z?
If not, you might be missing the mark with this influential, high LTV population. (Hint: They already spend $143B in the US annually.)
Tune into the recorded version of our Feb. 2019 webinar, in which we explore:
Current Gen Z trends and insights
How Gen Z differs from Millennials
Five Signs that Your Brand is Treating Gen Z like Millennials (and what you can do about it)
This event is presented by UNiDAYS, the world’s leading Student Affinity Network.
Angie is a 20-year leadership development expert who helps businesses achieve the results they are looking for through strategy development and execution. She's a New York Times Best-Selling author of SPARK: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success, as well as Leading from the Front. Angie’s leadership expertise formed after she graduated from the University of Michigan and served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. She also holds an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Marisa has 15 years of experience in finance and tech, 7 of which were on Wall Street. After surviving the financial crisis, Marisa sought to become a pioneer in emerging, disruptive technology. Her experience spans mobile, analytics, audience and e-commerce. As the first U.S. employee of UNiDAYS, Marisa has dedicated 4+ years to making the lives of Gen Z students more valuable and rewarding. Marisa's mission is to help brands understand, reach and build affinity with Gen Z— a high lifetime value audience.
Lily Momeyer works on UNiDAYS’ Business Development Team at UNiDAYS. Hired as one of the first employees in 2015, she quickly grew into a global sales leader for the company. She is excited to now be working on the Business Development Team, where she helps identify strategic opportunities to partner with the world’s leading student affinity network to make students’ lives more affordable and rewarding.