Label Networks data reveals why youth culture is cutting back on spending, their motivations, and differences by demographics.
Youth Culture Turns to Saving In Changes in Spending Patterns
Accessories Profile Report: Top Trends from Summer Indicate Key New Ways Youth Culture Is Creating Personal Style
Label Networks’ summer photo report taken from our researchers shooting trends across the USA indicate fresh new things to look for when it comes to accessories on guys and girls.
What Electronic Device Can You Not Live Without?” -Differences among 13-30-year-olds Indicate Big Changes on the Horizon
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 is your overall Favorite Brand of Clothing? -Youth Culture in North America Results Indicate Strong Shifts in Preferences. Here’s why.
While knowing which brands are most preferred is of great importance, understanding why, and where the shifts have changed the most by demographics can be even more telling. LN forecasts for Summer Study 2010.
Favorite Online Footwear Retailers and Youth Culture Market Preferences Indicate Shifts in Top Brands and Greater Opportunities
In this story taken from our Spring Youth Culture Study 2010 -North America, we examine the results to the question Which online retailer do you purchase footwear from if any?
Creative QR Codes Continue to Push the Envelope for New Branding, Marketing, and Advertising Strategies, as Indicated by Set Japan’s Latest Release for Frisk Mints
QR codes are catching on as the new interactive format using mobile technology, creativity, and genius, as illustrated by Set Japan’s campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Takashi Murakami, and Frisk.
The European (and Japanese) Retail Invasion into the USA Continues with Topshop and Topman Opening in NYC -Where Topshop Ranks Among European Youth Culture Forecasts Why This Is Significant
Our European Youth Culture Study pointed out the growing demand, this time a British formula for success.