The New York Times Sunday Business section (July 10, 2016) features Melanie Notkin and her brands Savvy Auntie, PANK, and Otherhood in a report on how, by focusing mainly on moms, marketers are missin...Read More »
Melanie Notkin, Savvy Auntie, PANK, and Otherhood are featured in The New York Times Sunday Business on a report focused on how marketers are missing the influential and rising demographic of childles...Read More »
Author of 'Otherhood' shines light on women who are childless because they didn't find the right partner.
By Nara Schoenberg
Melanie Notkin could not have been clearer about her desire to have c...Read More »
Why Can’t We Accept That Some Women Don’t Want Kids?
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In the midst of rapidly changing family structures, why does childlessness still carry a sti...Read More »
In our Global Travel Trends report last year we identified the emerging demographic of PANKS: professional aunts, no kids. Melanie Notkin, founder of Savvy Auntie, a US-based community for PANKs, and ...Read More »
"Seemingly the first promotion from a major American hotel brand directed at women without children, it includes (from $234 a night) a consultation about healthful eating with the hotel’s executive ch...Read More »
The Shades of Otherhood study I partnered on with DeVries Global PR and inspired by my book, Otherhood, was explored by Drug Store News. It's quite an honor as a former beauty executive to find my nam...Read More »