From virtual socialization to increased scrolling, consumers have changed the way they work, shop, and connect with family and friends. Now, local restrictions are lifting, and consumer behaviors are likely to adjust once again.
So, which new consumer habits and behaviors will stick?
In Pandemic Effects, IAS asked over 900 U.S. consumers about how their behaviors changed in the last year, and how they predict their spending habits will evolve as restrictions ease.
Download Pandemic Effects: What’s Next in Shifting Consumer Priorities to learn more.