Demographic data, trends, and insight on tech savvy youths, tech savvy adults with high income, high income foreigners, traditionalists, and women over 40 in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait.
- A lot of millennials in Saudi Arabia are tech-savvy. Around 80% of these individuals are on YouTube once a day.
- Over 50% of tech savvy millennials in Saudi Arabia consume "more video online than they do on television and the majority watch on their smartphones."
- Entertainment and sports are the most popular categories among tech savvy millennials in Saudi Arabia with educational content being the third most popular.
- Tech savvy millennials in Saudi Arabia are "ambitious and conscientious of their health and well-being." After family, career and education are most important to them.
- These millennials are also socially aware, technologically skilled, and have creative potential. They are supposedly the "largest, most literate, and most technologically connected cohort of youths" Saudi Arabia's history.
- Among tech savvy youths in Saudi Arabia, the most discussed brands are Saudia, iPhone, Apple, Alrajhi Bank, Egypt Air, Al Baik, Visa, and Samsung.
- There are around 166,843 millennials in Bahrain out of the country's population of 1.4 million. Of the millennials in the country, 81,717 are female.
- Tech savvy millennials in Bahrain are similar to those in Saudi Arabia. They are some of the most entrepreneurial and creative youths.
- Young entrepreneurs in this country work about 12.5 hours daily, on average.
- They also have the highest brand loyalty as they consider only one brand when buying products.
- Millennials in the region "are generally less interested in traditional forms of democracy, showing no interest in political parties."
- Tech savvy millennials in Kuwait account for over 15% of the country's total population. More than half of these tech savvy millennials are men.
- Up to 34% of tech savvy millennials in Kuwait shop online.
- Around 73% of tech savvy youths in Kuwait are optimistic "about their future in their country."
- They are also ambitious. Up to 30% of Kuwait millennials are willing to sacrifice personal life for career.
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