The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing lock-down has had a deep influence on people’s lives universally. However, constantly, hearing and reading about the problems and hardships makes coping with the situation more difficult. At the same time, the compulsions of lock-down have forced us all to make certain changes to how we live and these have had some unintended, yet welcome impact as well. And pleasant news is always welcome, right?
As national lockdown extends, South Africans’ greatest COVID-19-related concern is the economy. This is even more top-of-mind for most citizens than concern over their family’s health care needs, which features as their second most pressing concern.
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Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius, August 28, 2019: The 21st Pan African Media Research Organisation (PAMRO) conference, held in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius, came to a conclusion on the 28th of August with a ceremony that recognized the best papers presented at the forum this year.
Topics: market research, marketing research, survey, consumer behaviour, consumer preference, electric vehicles, EV, consumer attitude, electric vehicles in emerging markets, EVs in emerging markets, EV consumer sentiments, consumer research
There have been incredible discoveries in the field of psychology, which affect the decision making process and also marketing sciences. Over time there have been a lot of observations, which have been replicated that allow us to see low life patterns on how people behave, how they make decisions and so on.