More than two thirds (68%), of consumers say they’re searching for coronavirus updates – making it the most popular online activity. Men (73%) are more inclined to search for coronavirus news than women (62%) – but it still remains the top activity for both genders. Facebook is the most used platform for information about the…
Source: Two thirds of UK and US search for coronavirus updates – making it the biggest online activity | Media & Content
Food, healthcare, toilet paper, beer, wine – a list of the things Americans have been snapping up and also not buying during lockdown.
Source: From beer to baked beans, this is what Americans stocked up for coronavirus lockdown
SAN FRANCISCO, United States, Apr 4 – What does British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have in common with virtual happy hour celebrants and thousands of students around the world? All use the Zoom videoconferencing application to get together while staying apart during the deadly coronavirus pandemic. But amid its newfound fame, the Silicon Valley-based company […]
Source: Video app Zoom rockets to fame, with some hiccups, amid pandemic – Capital Business
Even when the ongoing coronavirus global pandemic dies down, people will still be less likely to attend live events, a new study shows.
Source: Survey Shows Consumers Hesitant To Return To Concert Crowds
Despite an overall drop in apparel sales, young consumers stuck on social media — and fortunate enough to have a steady income — are buying clothes as the Covid-19 crisis continues to unfold.
Source: Who Is Still Shopping? | Intelligence, BoF Professional | BoF