Gen Y: Prioritising Lifestyle and Experiences Over the Accumulation of Assets

young adult man

By: McCrindle

In our latest report on The Future Consumer, we aim to unpack the current traits, behaviours and mindsets of our current generations and understand where they might head in the future.

We believe that generational analysis isn’t a passing fad or a generalisation of a cohort of people, but an embedding of one’s psyche and worldview when people of various ages are living through the same political, technological or social shifts. Continue reading “Gen Y: Prioritising Lifestyle and Experiences Over the Accumulation of Assets”

I Tried To Give A Homeless Man A Sandwich

a person holds a sandwich wrapped in brown paper on the street

By: Neri Morris

So one day, I tried to give a homeless man a sandwich…

It all started with my morning coffee. I was sitting and sipping the morning away, when the homeless man who lives on the steps of the church I work near, popped into my mind. I had known he was there for weeks but had never felt this prompting to help him in anyway until that morning. Continue reading “I Tried To Give A Homeless Man A Sandwich”

The Five Big Drivers of Poverty in Australia

unshaven man sitting on dark street with head in hand

by: Rosie Kendall – CEO of CAP Australia

In their Post-Budget analysis , Dr Cassandra Goldie CEO of Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) stated that the 2020-2021 Federal Budget, announced last week, will leave millions of people stranded – saying that “we cannot allow the outcome of this crisis to be 1.6 million people left stranded in poverty on JobSeeker”. Continue reading “The Five Big Drivers of Poverty in Australia”