To genuinely reflect and connect with multicultural consumers, brands need to lead by example and take meaningful action.
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Why Is Multicultural Marketing Important?
The U.S. demographic landscape has transformed; 129 million multicultural consumers now represent 40% of the population.
Multicultural consumers have driven over 100% of US population growth over the last five years and are projected to drive even greater growth for the foreseeable future.
Through quantitative and qualitative consumer research Collage Group captures the voices and passions of key growth segments: Hispanic, Asian, Black, Millennial, and Gen Z consumers. Download the report above, and read below for all the latest insights on multicultural marketing.
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How Multicultural Consumers Want Brands to Support Change: Consumer Response to Racism & Current Events
Entering the conversation on race can be an intimidating step for your brand, but in this day and age, it’s imperative. Our latest research on current events helps you unpack this topic and provides the guidance you need to take action.
How Great Brands Confront Racism and Injustice: Panel Discussion With Leaders from Coca-Cola, Google Pixel & Walt Disney Company
Augmented by early findings from our research into racism in America, our virtual panel discussion with leaders from Coca-Cola, Google Pixel and Walt Disney Company provided powerful new insights into the actions brands need to take now.
American communities are advocating for change in large numbers and with resounding energy. Is your brand ready to take on the change needed to support America’s multicultural consumers?
Collage Group just launched new syndicated research streams ranking ads and brands on cultural fluency. Download the content and watch the webinar on alcoholic beverage brands for key insights.
Collage Group members have been asking two central questions as we head into the new economic reality of COVID-19.
Signs are pointing to a global recession sparked by the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Lessons from the Great Recession suggest that, amidst recession, spending growth predominantly stems from Multicultural consumers.