2007 National Consumer Congress

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1. 2007 National Consumer Congress Mapping the future — Australia’s consumer demographics

7. Push from the bush

8. Gold Coast 13,563 Wanneroo 7,941 Melton 6,814 Wyndham 6,660 Casey 6,429 Blacktown 4,955 Brisbane SW 4,839 Rockingham 4,616 Ipswich 4,240 Cairns 4,099 Population and business hotspots

9. Why population shifts are important to business 10,000 extra residents support job growth, eg: 3,700 new suburban households, or 6,700 new inner-city households $82 million in new retail spending* $28 million in new supermarket spending* ½ a Kmart One cinema screen 7,500 cubic metres of pre mix concrete

10. Our shifting heartland is changing the consumer focus

11. Coastal towns require infrastructure and services

12. Household formation, pharmacy and lifestyle drive consumer spending

14. Characteristics of Generation Y

15. There is a demographic logic behind the rise of Generation Y … in Australia …

16. … in Japan …

17. … and in the US

18. What winning businesses must do

19. The ageing of the average Aussie bride

20. Behold the Great Australian Man Drought

21. Women born in 1972 have got it toughest

22. The fella filter

23. The fella filter delivers geeks and bean counters

24. Young Kiwi men are not in New Zealand

25. Out with the Brady Bunch, in with Bridget Jones

26. Baby boomers just won’t die!

27. It doesn’t get any better after 43-48 …

28. … but discretionary spending peaks in the 50s

29. Big shift in attitudes to retirement next decade

30. Generational traits

31. Further information & contact The Big Picture – $29.95rrp out now Bernard Salt’s column appears in The Australian every Thursday Bernard Salt’s columns appear monthly in Wish Magazine Population Growth Database 2006 now available at $495: contact [email protected] Contact: Bernard Salt (03) 9288 5047; [email protected]; www.bernardsalt.com.au

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