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Multigenerational Living Shifts How Building Products Are Marketed

Building product marketers must look at products differently to target this growing audience While multigenerational living has been a common occurrence in other countries for centuries, it is now becoming increasingly relevant in the US. In fact, since 1990 the number of multigenerational households has increased by 60%. It’s no secret that the economy has …

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The Baby Boomer Opportunity: What Building Product Marketers Can Do

NAHB’s CAPS program can be valuable for building product marketers We all know the marketplace is constantly evolving. Our “Gray Hairs are Everywhere” blog post from earlier this year introduced us to the Millenial generation which is a term used to describe those born between 1980 and 2000. Also known as “Generation Y”, Millennials are …

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Gray Hairs Everywhere in the Building Products Industry!

Our industry is aging rapidly; how can we overcome this challenge? Have you ever thought about how our industry is aging? Over the last several years, many people have been “right-sized” out of the building material industry, as well as made the decision to leave. Take a look at your organization including your outside sales …

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Are 20% of Building Product Customers Getting Left Behind?

A recent Pew Study shows 1 in 5 adults don’t use the Internet. 20% of U.S. adults think the Internet isn’t relevant for them, the majority of whom are retirees. For anyone with an aging parent, it probably isn’t all that surprising. Those raised to search through phone books to find businesses, who eagerly await …

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