When it comes to the next big trend in the financial market, one man has a pretty good idea as to what is going to happen based on the behavior of millions other people and their habits. Paul Mampilly says that the eating trends of the millennial generation is set to make a big splash in the way the food industry is structured, marketed and operated in the years to come. His logic is based on the fact that millennials lack one basic skill, and that is the ability to cook for themselves. This is not so much as a lack of skill as a lack of need for that skill as they are/were in raised two parent two income households and also have high levels of Education themselves.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) December 14, 2017
They are the product of the Baby Boomers raising resourceful Gen-xers who in turn made a better way of life for their Millennial children. The details of this socio-economic trend play out as a generation who enjoys technological advancements and have the opportunities to obtain skill sets that allow them to simply order out instead of spending an hour in the kitchen. Where they find this value in the lifestyle is because they are used to working on scientifically and technologically centered projects where their minds simply can’t be focused on calorie counting or setting egg timers.
If leaders in the foodservice industry are going to make full use of the millennial mindset and their eating habits they have to serve more than just convenience. As a matter of fact, health and nutrition are a huge concern with the newer buying public in the United States, and organic and Whole Foods are an even huger concern and not just a selling point for these discerning consumers. This healthy sustainable way of thinking and marketing is also seen in automobiles going from hybrid to electric and attempts to not only conserve energy but to be all around safer and healthier for the environment as well as the user.
Paul Mampilly is the type of financial advisor that finds these pockets of information and data where no one else can really see them through his experience and handling accounts as a hedge fund manager. Over 25 years of service experience will give a person that type of insight where they can see changes coming before the crowd and acting the change itself is even aware of such phenomenons. Is it what makes an Paul an absolute must have as a guru of all things financial and a businessman team player.
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