Historically, marketers have explicitly tried to tempt moms in store. But brands have stepped up their ‘dadvertising,’ and for good reason – a new Y&R study found that 80% of millennial dads claim shared or primary shopping responsibility. With dad spending more and more time between the aisles shopping for his family, what can brands do to increase his in-store spend, particularly when he’s shopping for his kids? We recently conducted an extensive qualitative study to see how brands and retailers could bolster these impulse buys.
Check out the MediaPost article for 4 tips to supersizing dads’ in-store spend.