Insights You Need to Engage and Activate Parents and Kids Across Race and Ethnicity
American consumer attitudes continue to evolve, and to help you keep pace, Collage Group is incredibly excited to announce our new Parents & Kids Program as part of our leading Cultural Intelligence Platform. This new offering, created with input from nearly a dozen Collage members, is designed to cover the insights marketing and consumer insights professionals need to engage and activate parents and kids across race and ethnicity. Based on our scoping, there is no other syndicated resource available that offers full coverage of parents and kids with race and ethnicity overlays.
Fill out the form below for more details on the new program, including reporting breakouts and content.
Why focus on Parents & Kids?
Demographic change amplifies the need to effectively resonate with America’s diverse parents and their children. In fact, the generations most likely to have children are between 5 and 12 percent more racially and ethnically diverse than older generations.
And, multicultural Americans are 10% more likely to have children under 18 living in their households.
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For many brands, the age of kids is also especially important given the development of decision-making processes–our research will dig deeper into this area. From birth to age 3 children are largely dependent on parental decision-making. As children age, they develop more capacity to make their own decisions.
What’s included in the Parents & Kids Cultural Intelligence Program?
Starting this spring, our new Parents & Kids Program will unveil how culture impacts the roles that moms and dads play in their children’s lives, with insights including:
- the parenting style(s) they embrace
- the values they prioritize instilling in their kids
- how they navigate the impact of the changing media landscape and shifting social norms on their children
The Program also provides insight into how the culture, age and gender of the child impacts parental attitudes and behaviors, including:
- how they respond to their children’s preferences and desires
- how they select products and services for their kids across category
- when and how they “hand-off” decision-making to their kids across category
Collage Group is committed to conducting specific research on both parents and kids to provide unparalleled insights, as many brands have a significant gap in their understanding of the way culture impacts parenting and the parent-child decision-making process. We hope you’ll find value in this new research.
Contact us at the form below to learn more about how you can gain access to these diverse consumer insights and much more in our Cultural Intelligence Platform.