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    MAR 12, 2021

    Emirates and UAE officials claim the new initiative can deter COVID-19 by limiting human-to-human contact at airports and says the iris scanner, like other biometric identifiers, will cut down on the long, laborious lines many have come to associate with air travel.

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    JUL 21, 2020

    These responses indicate that buyers will notice the level of organization and professionalism from sellers, who must adapt to this new normal as remote work continues amid the pandemic. Read more:. Failure to Offer Delivery Is the Top Reason US B2B Buyers Switched Suppliers amid the Pandemic. IT Professionals Worldwide Feel Ill-Equipped for the Shift to Remote Work.

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    MAR 11, 2021

    While the order is unlikely to address the immediate chip shortage, it signals a renewed US interest in seeking out long-term technological self-sufficiency, a trend that began well before 2020 but was accelerated by the pandemic. In China—which relies heavily on chips from other countries—businesses are bracing for a further global chip disruption by stockpiling equipment.

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    MAR 11, 2021

    Analytical tools that help a business assess its future cash needs—like Barclays’ Back to Business toolkit—could provide a clearer roadmap for SMBs as they step into uncharted post-pandemic territory. Neobanks can also follow the lead of Revolut, which recently introduced expense management features that enable employees to more efficiently complete operational tasks.

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    OCT 18, 2020

    While 35% said they plan to return to the pre-pandemic office approach, 30% said they plan to repurpose their offices globally. But not every respondent was sure if these changes are definite or sweeping, as 35% of senior marketers said they are piloting new approaches in some markets, stopping short of a full overhaul. Read More:.

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    MAR 9, 2021

    And this has been exacerbated by the pandemic, with struggling borrowers often unaware of the effects payment holidays have on their interest charges and credit scores. With the new mortgage advice feature, Moneybox can alleviate such uncertainties in addition to helping save the necessary deposit, solving more of a user’s homebuying needs under one app.

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    NOV 24, 2020

    Many marketing budgets saw cutbacks in response to the pandemic and economic downturn, though many organizations continued to invest in email as a channel. According to a June 2020 survey by Ugam, a Merkle company, 51% of marketers at major US and UK brands said that their email marketing spending increased, and just 16% of respondents reported a decrease.

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    NOV 29, 2020

    A majority share of consumers are now taking to marketplaces first when shopping online. According an August 2020 survey from ecommerce ad agency ChannelAdvisor conducted by Dynata, 53% of US adults said they began product searches at Amazon when planning to make a digital purchase.

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    AUG 17, 2020

    In June, we published our first forecast for programmatic digital out-of-home (DOOH) ad spending forecast, which we define as DOOH ads that are transacted and fulfilled via automation. This year, US programmatic DOOH ad spending will more than double from 2019, totaling $181.6 million, and that figure will reach $533.8 million by 2022.

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    DEC 17, 2020

    Global Social Network Users 2020: All Main Platforms Add Users During the Pandemic. A look back at Singles’ Day, and what retailers can learn from it. For the first time, more than half of China’s population will use WeChat.

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    JUN 5, 2020

    With most companies working remotely, many IT departments realize that they don't have the right infrastructure for this transition amid the pandemic.

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    SEP 4, 2020

    The retail industry has been forever changed by the coronavirus pandemic. Retailers are seeing explosive growth in ecommerce, but are also challenged by the increasing costs associated with fulfilling online orders. This transforming landscape has forced many retailers to get creative and source revenue in new and innovative ways.

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    AUG 17, 2020

    Forty-sixty-percent of US shoppers reported that they are discovering new brands more than they were prior to COVID-19, according to Ipsos’ COVID-19 tracker, commissioned by Google. The combination of brand discovery and an in increase in ecommerce sales is a winning formula for digitally-native, direct-to-consumer brands.

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    JUN 12, 2020

    This trend toward pay-for-performance models has persisted week over week, and we feel that this position as a primary sales and marketing channel will stick after the pandemic, having been put to the test during the most challenging of times. —Maura Smith, CMO, Pepperjam.

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    FEB 26, 2021

    Starling’s recent growth in the UK SMB segment is due in large part to its participation in government-backed coronavirus relief loan programs. The neobank became accredited under the CBILS and Bounce Back Loan Schemes (BBLS), which drove up its deposits: It issued £1.4 billion ($1.80 billion) in BBLS loans, for example.

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    AUG 24, 2020

    Read more on how the pandemic may impact holiday shopping and learn some tips to improve your website. Attend our upcoming Think Retail on Air event to drive your online, offline and awareness business objectives! —Kevin Fried, industry leader, specialty retail, Google.

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    AUG 19, 2020

    As the pandemic disrupts Google's ad business, Facebook will fare better and continue to growth. However, despite the slight dip this year, the duopoly's share will rebound to 69.1% in 2021, nearly in line with our pre-pandemic forecast. Google's overall ad revenues will fall 5.5% this year due to a sharp fall in search revenues, though display will continue growing. 

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    JUL 7, 2020

    Spend on traditional media will rebound once some semblance of normalcy returns next year, but it’s unlikely to reach pre-pandemic levels.”. After making very significant downward revisions across traditional media channels due to the effects of COVID-19, we expect traditional media ad spending to fall 22.6% in 2020.

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    MAY 14, 2020

    One of the things that we've quickly discovered during COVID-19 is that consumer data has about a one-week shelf life. Pre-coronavirus, you would never see that much change to warrant a weekly cadence of providing updates and what the numbers are doing.

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    FEB 16, 2021

    Nearly half of US adults don't think the pandemic has created good investment opportunities.

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    DEC 21, 2020

    With a hard Brexit looming, 2020 will be the peak of cross-border ecommerce penetration in the UK, according to the latest forecast from eMarketer, an Insider Intelligence company. This year, 22.8 million people in the UK will have made a cross-border ecommerce purchase, representing 46.0% of internet users and 50.2% of digital buyers.

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    JUL 17, 2020

    Widespread social unrest and economic volatility during H2 2019 greatly disrupted market dynamics in several countries across Latin America. 2020 was expected to be a year of recovery and economic growth, but the arrival of COVID-19 on February 26 put a damper on such expectations. Since then, the region has become a new epicenter of the pandemic.

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    OCT 16, 2020

    The number of people in Canada who subscribed to at least three OTT services had grown from 12% in fall 2019 to 19% in spring 2020, an apparent impact of the pandemic, per another MTM study published in May 2020.

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    NOV 4, 2020

    So, too, might have consumers’ financial and economic concerns, fueled by the impending conclusion of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the continuing threat of redundancies. Whatever the core reason, a third pandemic effect has shifted shopping earlier in the year.

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    AUG 14, 2020

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