Part One: How behavioural economic patterns can help us to design more effective interventions. The first in a multipart series. In future parts we will be focusing in on industry specific research and insights.
It’s safe to say Covid-19 has heavily impacted our lives. We have changed the way we shop, work and socialize.
The logic of where some products are placed in our favourite supermarkets is beyond many of us. Over time we come to accept that Biscotti biscuits can be found in the coffee section and move on. But when a brainiac decides product pairings should change and antacid tablets be moved beside the Doritos rather than their natural medicinal habitat, we develop heartburn!
In the tempest of the current Covid-19 triggered economic environment, how are superannuation members deciding whether the haven they have chosen for their retirement fund, is the best place to weather the storm?
The Covid - 19 pandemic and follow on economic and societal lock down has had a dramatic impact on many industries in Ireland, including third level education.
With 84 cards offered by the top 12 providers, Global Reviews data shows the credit cards industry in Australia is driving up aggregator usage as in-market consumers struggle to find the best solution that meets their needs.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on industries and businesses worldwide and in particular the higher learning industry in Australia. The need for communication and commerce through online mediums are now more imperative that ever, in order to combat the current restrictions.