- Expedia's annual Vacation Deprivation study® shows that 58% of workers globally describe themselves as holiday deprived

- In the UK, 73% of millennials and Gen-Z (aged 18 - 34) believe they deserve more holiday days

- A quarter of Brits (25%) would even give up sex for an extra day of annual leave

- Highlighting a positive attitude to work/life balance compared to the world, Brits are least expected to work when on holiday

- Still, only 18% of workers in the UK feel their employer is supportive of "mental health days"

Millennials are the largest generation of current home renters, but may have alternate priorities than other generations when it comes to protecting their belongings. A new study conducted by Liberty Mutual Insurance reveals that 43 percent of Millennials are renters and less than half (42 percent) of those millennials have renters insurance.

With the consumer shift from spending money on possessions to spending on experiences, the hospitality market is thriving. The U.S. accommodations sector alone comprises 4.2 million U.S. jobs and generates $293 billion in revenue. Understanding the need to differentiate their offerings to stay competitive, hospitality companies are investing in audiovisual solutions, with plans to spend 5.9 percent of capital improvement budgets on AV in 2018. According to the new 2018 Market Opportunity Analysis Report (MOAR) covering hospitality, produced by the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA™), U.S.-based hotel firms will spend approximately $3.1 billion on AV projects this year.

95% of Teens in the U.S. Own a Mobile Device; 70% Check Social Media Several Times a Day
Teens Prefer Texting to Talking as Their Favorite Way to Communicate
3 Out of 4 Teens Believe That Tech Companies Intentionally Manipulate Them
Social Media Affects Teens' Social and Emotional Well-Being, But Not Necessarily in Negative Ways

The country's 16 million college students are heading back to their respective colleges and universities this week, following the biggest back-to-school spending season in recent history. But what the students bought – and where – reveals that Gen Zers' relationship to digital technology is more complex than commonly thought.

Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends is pleased to announce the completion of its latest study entitled Pricing for Digital: Exploring New Models for Transactional Communications Delivery. This research study helps subscribers identify opportunities for new pricing models for transactional communications and includes insights from 219 North American enterprises, 24 transactional communications service providers, as well as interviews with over a dozen other market stakeholders.

Subscribers will learn how service providers are adopting new pricing models for transactional communications as well as pricing and packaging for digital delivery channels. This study also explores how enterprises are shifting their behaviors for outsourced transactional communications, and their willingness to accept novel approaches to pricing and packaging.