Businesses that rely on sports for a large percentage of their revenue have suffered particularly during two months of nationwide lockdown, with no sign of sports returning to pre-lockdown levels anytime soon.
The coronavirus outbreak has made 44% of Brits feel less financially secure – but a small minority have seen their savings increase and debts go down
YouGov Plan & Track data indicates that the tension between JustGiving’s role as a platform for charitable donations and its commercial priorities as a fee-paying, for-profit business is affecting consumer perception.
Under lockdown most Brits have made use of their daily outdoor exercise allowance, but what effect has this had on the market for home gym gear and clothing, and will Britons return to their gyms after lockdown ends?
YouGov Plan and Track data reveals that – with a little help from “Star Wars” – the new platform’s scores are steadily increasing across a number of key metrics
Budget fast-fashion retailer Primark has been one of the biggest players of the high street since rapidly expanding in the UK during the mid-noughties.
Since Budweiser resurrected “Whassup”, ad awareness scores more than doubled – going from 3.1 on the day the revival was announced (23/04) to 7.3 by May 14.
Takeaways and retail therapy are not off the menu for many Brits, despite very real concerns for staff safety
The restaurant and dining sector has been put on hold by the lockdown, but are Britons still ordering their favourite dishes for takeout, and will they return after the pandemic subsides?
After initial confusion as to which businesses were “essential” following Boris Johnson’s initial COVID-19 lockdown announcement, Government clarified that hardware stores could remain open. But B&Q; reacted to criticism from employees and customers about its plans to keep doors open by shutting all stores on March 25th.