One of the largest lifestyle changes to occur during the pandemic period has been the shift away from working at an office to work from home.
The Covid-19 outbreak has negatively affected many industries in China, forcing FMCG brands to seek new promotion strategies in a bid to stay afloat.
Wearing a facemask is common practice in Asia-Pacific, and has been for many years.
Heinz Brazil have come up with a novel tactic as the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many consumers to stay inside their homes for prolonged periods.
The Covid-19 pandemic is illuminating the potential and benefits of Augmented Reality (AR).
Rumors are that AMC cinemas are to be the latest in decades-long acquisition rampage by Amazon.
Increased awareness of sanitation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is leading to innovation in contactless kit beyond payment methods.
AVT Reliability, a UK-based condition monitoring services company, is utilizing its thermal imaging technology to help companies protect their workforces during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid-19 has shaped a new learning environment; with students all over the world confined within their households, classrooms have gone digital.
Spending levels may be mixed when the time comes to reopen the UK economy, because there will be two core groups of people.
Mobile-focused streaming service Quibi is set to launch on 6 April, followed nine days later by NBCUniversal’s Peacock, while AT&T’s highly vaunted HBO Max offering is slated to launch in May.
Ad-based video on demand (AVOD) is the future of the TV streaming market.
While COVID-19 didn’t invent the concept of cashless and contactless shopping, it did bring the concept to the forefront.
Coronavirus is probably the largest crisis of our generation.
Esports – organized multiplayer video game competitions – is estimated to become a $1bn industry in 2020.
As blockchain technology advances, it is a key opportunity for supermarkets to adapt efficiently in spikes in demand and keep levels of concern for provenance low.
Since the coronavirus outbreak consumers and businesses have been left in a peculiar situation.
The spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) is having devastating effects on people’s lives, global politics and the global economy.
As a cultural product, gaming dwarfs both Hollywood and music combined, and the arrival of 5G is only likely to increase its reach.
Pampers in the US announced the launch of a new line of “smart” nappies that can alert parents when babies need their nappies changed.
‘Project Fear’ is a phrase you’re likely to read on any Brexit-related article where people with collected experience and expertise in a given field or industry (people we might call ‘experts’) promise negative economic and social outcomes due to Brexit.
While smart from a business standpoint, a potential acquisition of Deliveroo by Uber would likely represent a lose-lose scenario for consumers, restaurant partners and employees.
Coca-Cola buy Costa coffee chain from Premier Inn owners WhitBread today, giving the global giant its first truly global coffee brand in the profitable coffee market.
Standing on your own feet again may be a success, but what if you cannot walk?
Anyone looking for proof that the beverage industry is worried about the ‘war on plastic’ got it yesterday, when PepsiCo announced an agreement to purchase Israel-based SodaStream International for the hefty price of $3.2 billion.
In January, China initiated the biggest change in plastic recycling in history by effectively banned the importation of over 20 kinds of foreign waste – including plastic – as part of an initiative to focus on its own domestically produced waste.
Coffee giant JAB Holdings has announced the purchase of a majority stake in Pret A Manger in a deal reportedly worth £1.5bn.
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McDonald’s has revealed that it recorded 37,241 outlets across 120 countries in 2017, a net store increase of 342 on the previous year.