More important than ever before is knowing key electronics among youth culture as spending patterns have shifted towards electronics as a major component to personal style, communication, and entertainment.
What Electronic Device Can You Not Live Without?” -Differences among 13-30-year-olds Indicate Big Changes on the Horizon
MacWorld Expo Highlights Center Around Music as Thousands from the”Cult of Mac” Flock to San Francisco
Kick-off of technology trade show season starting with MacWorld reveals where things are headed next. Here are the most interesting developments from a youth culture perspective.
Agenda Fashion Trade Show Review
Siphoning off the cool-factor from ASR, Agenda captures the buzz of a new crossover culture that includes skate, music, art, street-inspired fashion brands making it a must-see show for anyone looking for what’s next.
Incase -Where Lifestyle meets Technology and Apple Enters the World of Boutiques
Technology and industrial design never looked as good as it does with Incase, the Apple-centric accessory brand moving into boutiques near you. Label Networks catches up with Dre Hayes from The Foundation to get the scoop.
“What electronic device can you not live without?” Fresh Findings on Consumer Preferences Reveal Youth Market Lifestyle’s Tied Closely to Favorite Electronics – Which Have Changed in the Last Year
Label Networks’ Digital Youth Culture Lifestyle Report reveals many things when it comes to 13-25-year-olds’ preferences and trends in new media, technology, and communication patterns, but also based on electronics, where things are headed within the changing face of entertainment.
Defining the Technology Generation Gap: There Are Not Only Drastic Changes as a Result of the Gap Between Youth Culture, Parents, and Teachers, but Today, It’s also Happening Within This New Generation Itself
Fresh results from Label Networks’ Fall Study 2008 reveal where the technology gap is headed and how this is redefining markets in North America, Europe, Japan, and China.