Our Senior Citizen
It’s true that we’re all getting older. But as a whole, the Canadian population truly is getting older. In addition to larger numbers of people reaching their sixties, seventies, and eighties, the jump in the median age is also due to aging baby boomers. Approximately 78 million baby boomers were born between 1946 and 1964, comprising one of the largest demographic generations to date. Senior consumers influence a wide variety of industry sectors because of their significant spending habit. There is a real and increasingly profitable challenge for businesses to provide products and services that meet the unique needs of specific senior segments. That is while Qualitown is on the platform to help seniors with this program that would provide an affordable way of spending while shopping for their favorite product. At Qualitown, we understand the needs and shopping habits of seniors, most seniors search for products and services that meet their evolving demands. Retailers like us are catering to the seniors market with larger signage, brighter lighting, shelf inventory that is easily reached, wider aisles, clothing sizes by section, and varied product selections that would help provide an easy shopping experience for our seniors. Seniors are one of our priority that is why we have developed this program to help senior save as they continue to age with grace.