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  • As people enter Quotes from the community rotating to music in a separate PowerPoint as people are entering the room Image montage from images that the eSpotters have uploaded Upbeat To music About 30 secs Intro Image montage from images that the eSpotters have uploaded Upbeat To music About 30 secs
  • Well, here are some of the consumer and B2B brands, products and services that make up Cox Enterprises. We offer cable television, voice, and data services. We own the Travel Channel, radio stations, television stations, newspapers, automotive sales magazines, and the largest chain of automotive auctions in the country. For those of you who don’t have our Cable TV, voice, or Internet service, don’t listen to our radio or TV stations, don’t read one of our newspapers, and haven’t shopped for car lately, maybe you’ve seen the following commercial. (Next Slide shows AutoTrader commercial)
  • To answer the question about what this means to HR, let’s dive deeper into understanding the echo boomers, let’s look at some of the key cultural influences among the generations. As you can see, the Echo Boomers: Have grown up always knowing computers, CDs, DVDs, cordless phones, remote controls, cell phones, PDAs, iPods, Tivo, X boxes – and they are pros at mult-tasking with these technologies. They have never experienced a record player, cassette tape, rotary phone or a life without cable TV or the Internet. Defining moments for the Echo Boomer include MTV, AOL, AIDS awareness, rap music, OJ Simpson, The Gulf War, business scandals such as Enron, the rise of multiculturalism and globalization, and September 11 th .
  • To answer the question about what this means to HR, let’s dive deeper into understanding the echo boomers, let’s look at some of the key cultural influences among the generations. As you can see, the Echo Boomers: Have grown up always knowing computers, CDs, DVDs, cordless phones, remote controls, cell phones, PDAs, iPods, Tivo, X boxes – and they are pros at mult-tasking with these technologies. They have never experienced a record player, cassette tape, rotary phone or a life without cable TV or the Internet. Defining moments for the Echo Boomer include MTV, AOL, AIDS awareness, rap music, OJ Simpson, The Gulf War, business scandals such as Enron, the rise of multiculturalism and globalization, and September 11 th .
  • Jdt 2012 Small

    1. 1. * ideas shared intelligently
    2. 2. Cox Enterprises A 108-year-old company with more than 80,000 employees, working for over 300 businesses in 6 major business divisions, with the potential to reach 1 in 2 Americans every day. Cable TV Radio Newspaper Broadcast TV Auto Trader Auto Auctions6M+ total 80 stations in 18 17 daily papers 15 stations Reaching 12M+ Auto remarketingcustomers of video, markets reaching reach 3.7M adults reaching 30M visitors online and with 10M carsvoice & data, 11.8M adults each weekdays, 4.5M viewers, and 8.1M 9M+ readers via registered and 5MTravel Channel week, online adults Sunday, unique visitors print monthly cars sold in 2006 brand distribution and 2.7M online online monthly with 33M monthly weekly; Valpak page views reaches 44M+ HH
    3. 3. Echo Boomers ECHO BOOM e-(")kO büm a repetition to develop rapidly or imitation in population & of another importance ANTHROPOLOGICAL Birth rates and major historical and cultural incidents – children of the baby boomers
    4. 4. Total population 100 2007: 301M 2010: 309M 2015: 322M 89M 78M 77M 77M 78M 80 76M 74M 66M 60 53M 50M 49M 49M 40 27M 25M 20 22M 18M 14M 9M(millions) WW II Swing Baby Boomer Generation X Echo Boomer Later Generation(s)
    5. 5. Share of adult population 5% 100 24% 29% 32% 80 22% 21% 60 20% 40 34% 33% 30% 20 12% 11% 9% 8% 6%(millions) 4% WW II Swing Baby Boomer Generation X Echo Boomer Later Generation(s) 2007: 301M 2010: 309M 2015: 322M
    6. 6. Technology Shift • Raised on technology • Use social networking sites • Multi-tasking is a way of life • Accustomed to immediate feedback and validation
    7. 7. Generational influences
    8. 8. Generational influences WW II (<1933) Swing (1933–1945) BabyBoomer (1946–1964) Generation X (1965–1976) Echo Boomer (1977–1994) Later Generation(s) (After 1994)
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