What makes Asia−Pacific’s Generation Z different?
Gen Zers (born 1996–2012) in the Asia–Pacific region aren’t like their older siblings. By 2025, the group will make up a quarter of the Asia–Pacific (APAC) region’s population—the same as millennials (born 1980–1995). And as Gen Zers mature, they will make and spend more money. Although Gen Zers share many qualities with millennials, it’s wrong to think of them simply as a younger version. Generation Z has its own unique characteristics. For one thing, unlike millennials, Gen Zers are entering into adulthood during a global pandemic. Still, the demographics are clear: by 2025, the two cohorts will compose half of APAC consumers.
This Mckinsey & Company article explores what you need to know. http://www.asiascot.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/What-makes-asia-pacifics-generation-z-different.pdf