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.
Incase -Where Lifestyle meets Technology and Apple Enters the World of Boutiques
Mobile Conference NATPE Indicates Demand for Content is Most Important; Label Networks Quantifies What Key Features Type of Content is Most Desired by 13- 25-year-olds
Among top trends coming out from the NATPE Conference that took place in Las Vegas last week is that marketers are realizing that content is a key feature that’s driving the marketplace. As agencies continue to struggle with reaching end users via ads on mobile phones, it’s the producers of content that are making the connection. Some say this is a result of the iPhone and iPod generation, however as we’ve tracked at Label Networks globally across 13-30- year-olds in North America, Japan, China, and Europe -and in some cases, for the past 8 years -there are more reasons for the changes in key features demanded.
China’s Blogging Culture: Label Networks’ New Data Reveals Significance of Blogs among 15-25-year-olds in Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou
Blogging has impacted North American and European youth culture tremendously in the past 5 years, but where it’s really making a new impact is among the millions of young people in Asia -especially in Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, and China’s most vibrant cities of Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou. In this story, Part 2 of online patterns across China
Online Shopping Pattern Changes among American Youth Culture Reveal New Patterns, Opportunities, Insight on Where Things are Headed Next
Despite the shape of the economy today, shopping patterns online among 13-25-year-olds in North America are on the rise among specific demographics, as revealed in Label Networks upcoming Global Youth Culture Spring Study 2008, to be released next month. In this story, we concentrate on one segment from a series of questions about online preferences, habits, and purchasing patterns based on the question, “Compared with 6 months ago, how frequently are you shopping online?”
“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.
Youth Culture Fashion Redefines Itself with Adaptations to Street, Urban, Urban Superior, and Contemporary, Providing New Dangers to Brands Getting Profiled
Revealing discoveries from fresh research quantifies which former top brands are now tumbling and why, who’s the new kid on the block, and how economic shifts are influencing spending patterns, preferences, even fashion classifications.
Wearable Technologies and Connecting with the Future -Latest Trends in Technology as Fashion
Often technology experts work isolated from fashion designers, however growing trends in wearable technologies, from Nintendo gaming devices and iced-out iPods as necklaces, to colorful headphone collaborations, GPS navjackets and “friend finders,” some brands are tapping into new opportunities for both industries by creating across traditional boundaries.