The government is preparing to produce 3 million battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030. In detail, they’re planning to create 600 thousand electric cars and 2,45 million electric motorcycles by then. That project aligns with their plan to replace all fossil fuel vehicles with EVs by 2040. The big question, will we, Gen Z, be interested in having one? We have a few opinions to share.
Data from our latest survey about Gen Z’s Financial Behavior and Literacy shows that 62.53% of Gen Z identify themselves as having medium investment knowledge. That means they understand investment and invest in low-risk instruments.Read More
Coffee has secured an important part in Gen Z’s lives. The nickname “The Coffee Generation” is not an exaggeration at all as it’s common to hear a satirical joke that says Gen Z are broke because of coffee. Fortunately, that’s not true. We will tell you how Gen Z invest their money despite the mockery.Read More
As the last series of Dear Finfluencers, this fourth article will dive into what Gen Z are looking for from finfluencers and the type of specific knowledge they need on financial literacy. Even though only 16.67% of our Gen Z respondents are strongly affected by finfluencers’ recommendations there are a few ways to turn this around.Read More