You have probably heard a lot of talk about NFTs in the news recently. Grimes making $6m in 20 minutes for a series of 10 artworks. Nyan cat, a meme of an animated flying cat with a Pop-Tart body leaving a rainbow trail, going for $600k.
Purpose-driven businesses will come out of the COVID-19 crisis stronger, according to Yonder opinion polling
Businesses are facing acute financial pressures and over the coming months will have to make difficult decisions about how to recover from the economic impact of COVID-19. There will be differing views about the priorities that should guide those decisions, but Yonder research shows that businesses with purpose-led strategies that align environmental, social and governance […]
If a business gets noticed by the public and makes headlines, it’s not usually good news. Our weekly polling of the UK’s most noticed businesses has demonstrated this for over five years.
In our end-of-year roundup, we take a look at the biggest news stories of 2020. It comes as no surprise that the coronavirus pandemic dominated the news this year. But there were a handful of stories that managed to surpass it.
With the COVID-19 vaccine being rolled out, attention is turning to the post-pandemic recovery. We asked opinion formers their expectations of the UK Government’s economic priorities and how these could impact the reputations of big businesses.
Manfred Abraham, Co-CEO of Yonder, offers his thoughts on Lockdown 2.0 and the threat to life of the British High Street in the run-up to Christmas.
The economic turbulence caused by Covid-19 has left established businesses across the world facing unique challenges. Clients across all sectors tell us they are now being forced to innovate and make changes.
The world’s companies are re-opening their doors to begin their recovery. But when health and safety are paramount concerns, the trepidation is palpable.
Imagine lifting the lid on the lives of households across Britain as the coronavirus pandemic evolves. We did just that.
Businesses have been forced to adapt to survive. But which of these changes will stick around?