Consumer Trends: The (Partial-) Reopening Special

Dan Frommer

Hi, it’s Dan Frommer. I’m excited to share a new Consumer Trends report, my latest collaboration with Coefficient Capital.

When we started this project earlier this summer, the “reopening” appeared to be in full swing, as Covid-19 case counts fell and US consumer activity rebounded. But the Delta variant and vaccine polarization are now leading to increased uncertainty.

  • A 49-slide presentation highlighting what’s changed the most — and what hasn’t — as the pandemic rewrote the rules of consumer behavior and spending.
  • Topics include the continued shift to online grocery (and what it means), the future of digital home fitness, signs of a K-shaped recovery, the “Roaring ‘20s” question mark, and what’s next.
  • Custom data on consumer spending and foot traffic provided by Earnest Research.
  • Results from our latest original Consumer Trends survey of more than 3,000 US consumers, in partnership with Toluna.

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