Business Mentoring: What Defines a Millennial?

Business Mentoring: What Defines a Millennial?

There are nearly 80 million Millennials in the United States. That’s more than the total population of the United Kingdom, France, Italy, or Spain. According to Ann Fishman, the author of Marketing to the Millennial Woman, this generation is going to change the world, so businesses need to understand them.

Each generation develops characteristics based on the history of their formative years, and when those characteristics begin to change we get a new generation. To understand Millennials, you have to understand the factors that influenced them growing up, which made them more civic-minded, empowered, and ambitious.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • The key traits of the Millennial generation
  • How Millennials differ from Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers
  • Why some people think Millennials are self-absorbed
  • What sets Millennial women apart

Watch this week’s full mentoring session below:

Come back next week for more business mentoring with Ann Fishman, looking at how to market your business to Millennials!

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GoSmallBiz.com offers small business consulting, CEO advice, and an extensive online learning center for small businesses and entrepreneurs. The mission of GoSmallBiz.com is simple – to improve the lives of its customers and give them a better chance at success. The GoSmallBiz business specialists have hundreds of years of combined business experience in both private and public companies, and represent all major industries and professions, including CPAs and specialists in finance, sales, marketing, HR, IT, and operations.

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Excellent presentation and Q & A. I learn a great deal and will look at my daughters and granddaughters differently. Thank you.

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