Innovative approaches to baby care make life easier and more entertaining
Description - Forget about boring white diapers or disposables that leave a smelly carbon footprint. Modern diapers are about aesthetics and design, and even multi-functionality. Dads are now being targeted as well, with Mr. Mom products like masculine diaper bags and vests. Technological innovations include alarms that inform of soiled diapers. And the movement towards being more eco-friendly or using organic products has revived the cloth diaper.
Implications - Baby products have traditionally been marketed to women. Marketers have been able to expand their targeting, thanks to men taking a more active role in day-to-day parenting. In terms of further opportunities in this area, marketers can look to the grown-up world to see which types of products can be transposed to babys world (e.g. eco-friendly goods).
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