What is the impact of COVID-19 on consumer habits?

Together with fineline market research, we conducted a study in June 2020 amongst a national representative sample of 800 adults in the UK. The objective was to understand: what are

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respondi #stayhome diary #11

We are all struggling to understand what a post COVID-19 world will look like. Of course, it’s still far too early to understand what this post-pandemic life might be, but

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Once upon a time, there was Tom….

Tom is 34 years old, living in suburban London. He’s always on the run, loves to travel and to discover new places and things. Last year, he travelled to Thailand,

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respondi #stayhome diary #9

We are all struggling to understand what a post COVID19 world will look like. Of course, this phase isn’t even with us yet, but at least we can begin to

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respondi #stayhome diary #8

Do our eating habits differ during lockdown? Episode 3: Germany. Our previous lockdown diaries focused on how the eating habits of both the French and British have changed during lockdown.

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Germans stick to online shopping despite relaxation and open shops

How is the advertising industry changing in times of Corona? And how do you best react to the new circumstances? Does it make sense to reduce the advertising measures at

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Discussions dampen the joy of lifting lockdown

How is the advertising industry changing in the time of Corona? And how do you best react to the new circumstances? Would it be better to initially reduce advertising measures

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respondi #stayhome diary #6

Have our eating habits changed during lockdown? We took a look at France. Food is a major issue during lockdown: what products are easy to find, and those which one

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respondi #stayhome diary #4

Let’s activate reluctant targets! For our fourth episode of our lockdown diary, let’s return to France. For Paris and part of the Southwest (Toulouse, and the Atlantic coast), last Friday

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Coronavirus: What are people interested in?

It comes as no surprise, that the interest in news has risen since the beginning of the crisis: In France, Germany and the UK, the traffic on news websites has

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