Digital transformation is impacting everything from business to how people live day-to-day, and it only continues to gather pace. Econsultancy have picked up some of our research into how Covid accelerated these trends in the US and the UK in its latest stats roundup.
Our very own Head of Planning, James Ross is featured in The Drum explaining how SYZYGY keeps their clients in the loop. It's a process built into planning from the ground up, from agency values all the way to the processes built into client contracts.
The SYZYGY GROUP started the new 2021 financial year with sales of EUR 15.1 million (period January to March), which corresponds to a 1 per cent increase compared to the same period of the previous year. Q1 2020 was the last quarter not to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The figures for 2020 as confirmed by the Supervisory Board and the auditor indicate that the SYZYGY GROUP generated sales of EUR 55.5 million, representing a decline of around 14 per cent compared to the previous year.
Our Director of Data & Experience Technology Anthony Magee wrote an article for the Independent explaining his take on the tech behind the UK’s COVID-19 track and trace app – and where it is falling short.
We’ve all heard the doomsdaying from brands about life after lockdown. Our resident consumer psychologist Dr Paul Marsden has a different take – he spoke to CityAM about the likelihood of post-traumatic growth, having faith in human resilience, and why we should all have a corona-buddy.
In the long-tail aftermath of the banking crisis, it’s hardly a scoop to find that people don’t trust their banks today. But what’s interesting about our study is that it identifies what’s causing this distrust.
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