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How Drive-in Movies are Inspiring Socially Distant Experiences

  • By Rob Patterson
  • May 13, 2020

While old trends becoming new again is a relative constant in some industries, such as fashion, it’s unclear how many of us foresaw the return of the drive-in movie theater in 2020. However, given the constraints put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, drive-ins have seen a huge resurgence – especially in states where citizens are no longer sheltering in-place. Read More

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CNBC: Jeff Snyder Shares Thoughts on Return to the Workplace

  • By Rob Patterson
  • May 12, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, CNBC created a content series called "The Next Normal," which seeks business leaders' perspectives on how life and business will change as we move toward a new normalcy. As part of their feature, "Working Home is Here to Stay, Even When the Economy Opens," our founder and CEO, Jeff Snyder, was asked to share his thoughts on the return to the workplace. To hear what he had to say, read along on CNBC. Read More

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How Brands Can Authentically Provide Value During Mental Health Awareness Month

  • By Jade Axman
  • May 6, 2020

Coming at a time of collective unease and jarring disruption, Mental Health Awareness Month feels particularly crucial this year. As mentioned in our latest infographic, 44% of Americans say their mental health has worsened since March, and 90% are looking for ways to improve their wellbeing. So, how can brands help? Below, we share three ways to genuinely connect with consumers and provide solutions throughout this month: Read More

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Infographic: How Americans are Preparing for Mother’s Day 2020

  • By Rob Patterson
  • May 6, 2020

Like all other events that are mainstays on our calendars, Mother’s Day projects to be a little bit different in 2020. However, that’s not to say that the day of appreciation for the women in our lives will go by the wayside. In fact, 78% of consumers say that celebrating Mother’s Day is even more important to them given the current state of the pandemic. That sentiment is also expected to bring an increase in spending over last year – in spite of all the economic concerns surrounding COVID-19. Below, we share Americans’ plans and priorities for Mother’s Day 2020. Read More

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