Much has been written about the migration of the single largest generation—Baby Boomers—out of the workforce and into retirement. However, we are now just realizing how this generation is choosing to spend their golden years being more active, more social, and more involved. The evolution of the health & wellness industry can largely be attributed to Baby Boomers who popularized marathon-running, health clubs, and group fitness classes in the1980’s1. Yet many brands have failed to recognize this group’s contribution and continued interest in health & wellness, nor are they prepared to meet the changing demands of these consumers.
The following is a short list of things your brand can do to better serve this segment’s health and wellness needs and build a strong and loyal following: