Businesses across the globe are exercising caution as the Covid-19 pandemic impacts economic activity, but fintech is one sector that appears to be bucking the trend.
The Covid-19 pandemic is a tragic affair, but there are positive developments emerging from the situation.
Never has consumer behaviour shifted so quickly. Our daily routines, needs and priorities are changing at lightning speed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and our daily lives look very different to what they were a few weeks ago.
There’s no denying the outbreak of Covid-19 is impacting the advertising industry with brands showing understandable caution in allocating ad spend.
With unprecedented public health and economic measures causing a shockwave for businesses, communication is more important than ever.
Covid-19 is changing the way nearly all companies operate, whether that’s simply because their employees are working from home or because of a temporary downturn in business.
When the president of CBS famously claimed “TV is bigger than any story it reports,” he could never have foreseen the global pandemic that lay ahead.
Stories have particular power in times of uncertainty. They offer connection, comfort, and hope for the future. Here is one about a company that looked ahead in the wake of turmoil.
If anyone was ever in any doubt about the value of communication, the Coronavirus lockdown has surely changed their minds.
In-game advertising has been around since 1978, but until recently high technological barriers prevented advertisers and game developers from unlocking its potential.