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Study Identifies Two Types of Baby Boomers; One More Likely to Shop Around for Financial Services
A baby boomer study by Experian Consumer Research suggests that both young and old boomers want to be fully informed before committing to a financial service: www.smrb.com/?c=DatabaseIntegration
By: Experian Consumer Reserarch
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The Simmons National Consumer Study suggests that there are two different groups, young baby boomers classified as 45-54 year olds and older boomers, ages 55-64.
Chris Wilson, president of Experian Consumer Research, explained that younger baby boomers' attitudes and opinions differ from older boomers, necessitating separate marketing initiatives. "Financial marketers should overlay their existing baby boomer data with customized psychographic information to best reach and inform these two groups," said Wilson.
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Data Integration links information from disparate data sets into one single platform, providing a 360-degree view of what consumers are doing. It profiles target segments against a full range of product, psychographic, lifestyle and media data in the National Consumer Study to yield deep consumer insights.
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