The Generation That Created the Internet Reaps the Benefits of a Connected Lifestyle
Good things come to those who wait. The old adage says much about today’s boomer population. As they approach retirement, and create an unprecedented tilt in the demographic, technology is a well won badge. We’re looking at the first generation to expect high tech solutions to help them transition into active retirement and beyond.
Now You Can Reap the Benefits of this New Market
With life expectancy longer than ever, the new generation of mature adults has an ever deepening relationship with technology to keep them engaged, active, and vital. Lifelong Tech looks at the market factors, buying habits and the new products, services and experiences created with the older adult in mind. From home automation to autonomous cars, from wearable technology to cloud services, this the audience that finds itself in the sweet spot for innovative solutions.
Top Ten Reasons to Exhibit and Participate
2015 Lifelong Tech Summit
Boomer Spending Power
The Bureau of Labor Statistics, disposable income for Americans 50+ was over $3 trillion. That age group also accounted for almost one half of all expenditures.
Boomers Embrace Technology
Boomers Travel the World
Boomers Are High Volume Online Shoppers
Boomers Want High Tech Solutions
Boomers are Sandwiched Between Caring for their Aging Families—Young and Old
Boomers are the First Generation to Benefit from the ‘Quantified Self’ Movement
Boomers get Around
Boomers have Wealth
In the U.S.
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