More Americans Feel Comfortable Traveling, but Only 22% Have a Trip Booked in the Next 3 Months
According to a new Adweek-Morning Consult poll, some consumers are waiting for a good deal to travel
Starbucks, Dunkin’, Panera See March Recovery After Experiencing a Difficult Year
Coffee chains, among the hardest hit during the pandemic, are starting to retake lost ground.
These 2020 Tinder Trends Suggest That the Future of Dating Is Fluid
The brand’s hybrid model encourages connections both on and off the app.
NFTs Are All the Rage, but Who’s Actually Buying Them?
According to a new Adweek/Harris Poll survey, millennials are most likely to invest in the digital collectibles.
It’s Official: Nearly Half of Humanity Has Put on Weight During the Pandemic
Around one in five people reported weighing between 1-5 pounds more and only 2% admitted they've gained more than 20 pounds.
Should Brands Be Encouraging Covid-19 Vaccinations? Most Consumers Think Yes
A majority of respondents with a household income between $50,000 and $75,000 disagreed that non-healthcare brands should encourage Covid-19 vaccinations.
The Washington Post Expects International Revenue to Grow 50% This Year
This will be spurred by breaking news hubs in London and Seoul.
4 Ways Brands Can Authentically Support Women’s History Month
A new Morning Consult/Adweek poll shows consumers are more likely to purchase from brands who take action.
Fast-Casual Restaurants Add Carbon Labeling to Menus in an Effort to Be More Sustainable
Just Salad, Panera and Chipotle want to help diners make climate-friendly food choices.
How the Pandemic Year Has Permanently Changed the Way We Shop
New data from Shopify showed more spending on WFH and self-care products.
Americans Bought So Much Stuff Online Last Year, It Was Basically Another Holiday Season
2022 may be the first-ever trillion-dollar year in U.S. ecommerce.
Ulta Beauty Taps President Dave Kimbell As CEO
Ulta Beauty announced president Dave Kimbell will succeed Mary Dillon as its next CEO in June.
Trust, Demand, Sustainability: What’s Next for the CPG Industry?
A new report from the Consumer Brands Association outlines upcoming trends in 2021 and beyond.
Why Brands Might Want to Reconsider Upcoming Influencer Campaigns
New study suggests that the average consumer can spread the word just as well.
After a Year of Record Retail Bankruptcies, Michaels Agrees to Go Private in $5 Billion Deal
While the net sales of nonessential retailers suffered during the pandemic, arts and crafts banner Michaels Stores saw double-digit growth in both the second and third quarters of 2020, demonstrating [...]