Generation Z

   

Definition: Generation Z is an umbrella term used for the people born from 1995 to 2010. They are considered the first digital natives, because they have been exposed all their life to the era of the internet, social networks, technology, mobile phones, tablets, etc..
They are a hypercognitive generation that is very comfortable with sourcing and collecting information and making informed decisions. These young people can have a significant influence on people of different ages and income and they can be drivers of the way people consume and relate to brands.


   

   

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