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3 Themes We’re Seeing in Today’s Top Virtual Experiences

  • By Rob Patterson
  • April 30, 2020

Though citizens across the country are more than ready for new normalcy to take hold, the unfortunate reality is that it’s going to be some time before large-scale live experiences are commonplace again. And even when they do, things will be different. In the meantime, brands have been adapting by creating virtual experiences that allow consumers to engage from afar. Read More

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Infographic: Health & Wellbeing Amid COVID-19

  • By Rob Patterson
  • April 29, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has presented a great deal of challenges to citizens across the country and globe. From public health and economic concerns to the isolation as a result of social distancing, there is a lot on everyone's minds. So, how are Americans coping with these changes? With May representing Mental Health Awareness Month, let's take a look at how consumers of all different ages are taking care of their bodies and minds during this time. Read More

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4 Ways COVID-19 Could Impact the Future of Food

  • By Rob Patterson
  • April 23, 2020

With citizens across the country sheltering in place for the time being, our ways of life have been turned upside down. For many, the commute to work has been limited to a commute to the other room. That fitness class or gym session has morphed into a virtual one from within the comforts of home. Even the way that we eat food, an essential commodity for life, has changed drastically. Though many restaurants are still offering delivery, the fact of the matter is that all the time spent at home has led to major shifts in consumption behavior. Read More

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Engaging Sports Fans During the COVID-19 Crisis

  • By Rob Patterson
  • April 21, 2020

When the NBA announced the suspension of its season on March 11th after a player tested positive for COVID-19, it set off a chain reaction that no one could have foreseen just months ago. From March Madness and the Masters to the Stanley Cup playoffs and Summer Olympics, sporting activities have come to a screeching halt. While public health and economic concerns remain the most important issues of the COVID-19 crisis, sports have always served as an escape for the millions of Americans who would welcome such a distraction during this time. Read More

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