These are the top 10 brands that Gen Z loved in 2019
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- Global technology company Morning Consult released its annual report of the year's fastest growing brands.
- A handful of legacy brands, including Sony and National Geographic, are gaining traction among Gen Z consumers.
- We took a closer look at the top 10 fastest growing brands for Gen Z.
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It's not easy catching the attention of Gen Z, but several legacy brands are starting to make headway in resonating with the coveted consumer demographic.
In a report released on Thursday, global technology company Morning Consult examined the fastest growing brands of 2019, identifying companies with "the biggest rise in purchasing consideration" across demographics including Gen Z, millennials, Gen X, and boomers.
The report found that the food and beverage industry dominated across all age groups, capturing 11 of the top 20 spots, with DoorDash taking the lead position for the second year in a row. However, while startups like DoorDash are getting top marks across the board, legacy brands are increasingly gaining awareness with younger shoppers.
We took a closer look at the top 10 fastest growing brands among Gen Z shoppers.
8. (tie) Grubhub
8. (tie) National Geographic
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