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Businesses have lavished a lot of attention on millennials, but the upcoming generation, generation z, creates a new challenge for marketers. Those born after 1997 have a small attention span, get the majority of their news from social media, and have never known a life without technology. According to Forbes, Gen Z has a purchasing power worth $143 billion.  The oldest ones in this age group are finishing up their education and entering the workforce, suggesting that their purchasing power and impact on business will only grow in the upcoming years. So, it’s important for businesses to give an increasing amount of attention to this generation without alienating your current customer base. The way to cater to this unique group of young people just might require strategies you’ve never had to use before.  Social Responsibility First, let’s take a look at Gen