The New Village

The old saying goes, “It takes a village to raise a child.” While that phrase may still hold up, the village is changing. New moms have more resources at their fingertips than ever in their friends, family, social networks, online … Read More

Be Polite to Your Robots

I learned this lesson from a two-year-old, actually. To be clear, her interaction was with Alexa, who is more of a tech-enabled virtual assistant than a robot. But whenever she asked Alexa a question, this two-year-old said “please,” and “thank … Read More

New Moms are a Target

They are easy to identify and categorize. They all have similar needs: diaper care, nutrition, laundry products, and sleep. This all makes it easy for the U.S. marketing world to lump new moms all together as they figure out how … Read More

RNG Design

Automation has already proven to be the next stage of industrial and commercial expansion with manufacturers, food service operators, and distributors all adopting automation on some level in order to cut costs and speed up wait times. However, what happens … Read More

Q315 Topic: Enabling Childhood

Millennials are looking for ways to enable the same fun they had as a kid in their adult lives. … Read More

Fresh Vending

On-the-go snacking has being going through it’s awkward “healthier options” overhaul phase for quite a while now.  Don’t get me wrong I think it’s much needed… I mean, you just need to see a school bus pull up and watch … Read More

Marvel’s “First Family” not Family Friendly?

Won’t someone please think of the children? … Read More

Gender Nurturing

Whether you act like a girl or play like a boy may not correspond to the sex you happen to be. In a recent study, researchers disguised the gender of the babies in the test and allowed adults to observe them. … Read More

Monitoring the Hearts of Children

Strap it on Timmy, we need to know if your heart is going to explode after three laps! … Read More

Building a Better Divorce

The iBUILTit™ Wave is a brand new Wave that expresses both esteem and a sense of belonging, values far too often missing when it comes to divorce. The idea of a collective divorce, a way of coming to terms outside the courtroom, is picking up momentum in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. … Read More