Youth attitude research for Infrabel during the COVID-19 situation.Read more +
Tech Open Air: where #tech is #culture.
Whether Berlin is the European Silicon Valley, is an ongoing discussion. That the start-up scene is very vibrant, is a sure thing. Proof is Tech Open Air, an interdisciplinary technology festival initiated by the local start-up scene. Enough of a reason for us to go to Berlin, during the season it is at its best.
You, your brand new spouse and a dash of framily (as in friends that become family): here’s the new thing in wedding land.
Coolhunting in Berlin
Trendwolves went coolhunting in Berlin with 120 students from Vlerick Business School. Groups of students roamed the streets of the forever vibrant city, in search of all things new and exciting. They instagrammed their journey, thus sharing their insights with each other.
How to talk with young consumers? The easy answer:
How to get in touch in with your young customers in a credible and valuable way? How to strenghten the bonds with today’s critical and hyperdiversified generations? Sometimes, the answer is simple: invite them to study at your place.
Hacking the Future of Europe
A bunker + 24 EU youngsters + 24 hours + Trendwolves + coffee = A manifesto, a web platform and loads of enthousiasm about the future of Europe. This was the hackathon we organised for The European Youth Conference in Malta:
CONSULTING. Ideation Workshops for Deutsche Telekom
How can a telecom provider address Millennials in a way that better fits their expectations and lifestyle? Trendwolves set up two ideation workshops in Berlin for Deutsche Telekom Europe, which resulted in +60 categorised ideas and 15 best concepts ready to be validated and prototyped.
INSIGHTS. Millennial parents and e-food
foodbag.be, Flanders' first start-up in fresh food e-commerce, wanted insights into the eating and consumption habits of Flemish Millennials with kids and their view on online food services. And because we just love to share insights, here are some of them.