Reveal how Gen Z parents, those with kids ages 0-5, will meaningfully differ from their Millennial predecessors. This future-focused project will provide actionable insights to any organization that markets products and services to young families with children.
We know a lot about Millennials. They’re the most over-studied generation to date. And, for good reason, they’re a huge cohort and have come of age during tremendous cultural and technological changes. But who’s next?
The oldest of Gen Z are age 22 and on the cusp of parenthood. This project aims to get out ahead of their pending lifestage shift to gain insight into how Gen Z might think and behave differently as parents. The goal of this project is to better understand the emerging mom of tomorrow in order to fuel product innovation, frame branding communications, and point to retail strategy and tactics.
The oldest of Gen Z are age 22 and on the cusp of parenthood. This project aims to get out ahead of their pending lifestage shift to gain insight into how Gen Z might think and behave differently as parents.
The 20-minute survey will explore:
- Values, aspirations, and priorities when it comes to parenting and parenthood, investigating what differentiates this current cohort from Millennials and Gen X
- Parenting behaviors
- How parental sensibilities, styles, and norms have shifted and will continue to change
- Consumer behavior when it comes to purchasing for children, the household and family
Virtual ethnography among 15 Gen Z moms
- 4-day engagement of questioning and exercises
- Variety of virtual discussions mixed with projective activities (including posting photos and videos) to truly dimensionalize the learnings around Gen Z moms
n= 800 Gen Z who intend to become parents. (Note: Based on Gen Z’s young age, we are setting a quota of 75 parents/expecting parents))
n= 500 Millennial parents
n= 500 Gen X parents (as a baseline and to compare to Gen Z, who are their progeny)
Report that will include the learnings and insights from each research phase plus strategic business implications and recommendations. It will be visually forward, professionally art-directed, and include images and verbatims from the qualitative respondents.
A presentation of findings via video conference (on-site presentation also available at an additional charge)
The quantitative findings will be available on the data-visualization platform Knowledgehound
IGNITE 360 is a full-service strategy and insights firm that focuses on building empathy connections for clients with their customers. They are qualitative experts and storytelling champions who are adept at integrating quant and qual to drive action.
Nathan Depies - Ignite 360
Rob Volpe - Ignite 360
Collaborata is offering a 15% off of the overall price for MommyCon Partners (already reflected in listed pricing).