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The Gen Z Passion Point™ Study: A roadmap for emotional relevance with teens at a time of astonishing cultural change

Decoding Gen Z’s emotional WHAT and your brand’s emotional WHY for communications, content, and new product strategies that speak to the heart not the head of the world’s most sought-after consumer

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The Family Room

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About

The Family Room’s Gen Z Passion Point™ Study is a category-agnostic exploration of the core hopes, dreams, fears, and aspirations teens are most focused on today and a custom extension mapping which of these emotional drivers are baked into your brand’s DNA. At the heart of this study is the belief that Gen Z marketing miracles come from human insights, not category insights. For less than the cost of four focus groups, this study will enable you to change the conversation you are having with teens from their needs as consumers to their passions as people.

Objectives

  • Conducted in eight global markets and updated annually, the goal of this study is to elevate the role your brand plays in Gen Z’s lives by decoding the following:
  • Gen Z’s Emotional WHAT: A quantitative map of teens’ new emotional landscape and the passions that are trending up and trending down in response to the turbulent times in which they live.
  • Your Brand’s Emotional WHY: A custom extension illuminating the emotional DNA of your brand, the true role it plays in teens’ lives, and which of these emotional assets your brand owns vs. key competition.
  • Strategic springboards and case studies for connecting the dots between these new emotional truths about your brand and communications, content, and new product strategies that elevate the role they play in Gen Z’s lives.

Why?

Never has there been a time when so much cultural change has collided in such a spectacular way with teens’ emotional landscape. Shifts in Gen Z Passion Points™ that used to take a decade to appear are now occurring in twelve months with implication for teen brands, content, and new product developers that cannot be overstated. Understanding Gen Z’s new emotional priorities and determining which your brand, category, or content has permission to leverage is the sole focus of this study.

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04/17/18

I used to compete with George George and always respected and admired his work and passion. Still, I much prefer collaborating with him, especially on a project of this promise and magnitude!