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JZZ Technologies acquires and develops solutions to bring large valuable audiences together for marketing and membership. The company has acquired strategic companies and assets to support it's mission. The company is monetizing the audience through strategic content, strategic partnerships, product sales, membership fees and advertising. The company currently has over 25 million senior (age 50+) viewers. The company delivers value through magazines, online content, valuable discounts, membership, advertising revenues, joint marketing agreements and data mining.
JZZ has acquired several unique and valuable properties and entered into marketing agreements with important partners to drive revenues from it's growing audience of senior viewers.
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Developing substantial membership provides JZZ Technologies with substantial company value. Our membership is highly targeted and highly valuable.
Over the next 25 years the over 65 population is expected to grow at a rate 3 times that of the general population.
According to the US Dept of Health and Human Services, “The population age 65 and over has increased from 37.2 million in 2006 to 49.2 million in 2016 (a 33% increase) and is projected to almost double to 98 million in 2060. By 2040, there will be about 82.3 million older persons, over twice their number in 2000”
The wealth of retirees has grown considerably as has the population and is expected to continue growing.
This is an amazing GROWTH marketplace of historic proportions. This market is currently being targeted by AARP, the largest senior membership organization with over 38 million members. However, there is substantial frustration with the considerably left leaning political stance of the organizations which puts it at odds with the political stance of the group. People over age 55 are more likely to vote Republican by a 20+% margin over their younger counterparts.
While younger generations still outnumber their older counterparts when it comes to tech use, seniors are quickly jumping on the digital bandwagon. A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that among seniors ages 65 and above, about 85% owned a cell phone. Of those seniors, 46% used a smartphone and 40% used a regular cell phone.