June12th Weekly News Summary: We Keep Up With The News So You Don't Have To
As we all continue to learn what our “new normal” is and get accustomed to it, there are hundreds of news articles coming out each week and it’s hard to keep up. To help simplify things, we’ll be featuring some of the top news stories every week relating to our industry, and summarizing them for you. We hope this will help you to keep up with the news and how it relates to you.
Starbucks anticipates a $3.2 billion coronavirus sales hit, plans faster rollout of new café format
Starbucks expects the coronavirus pandemic to reduce sales this quarter by as much as $3.2 billion, dragging down the coffee chain’s performance as it sees a recovery stretching into next year.
Read more about from AdAge here: https://adage.com/article/news/starbucks-anticipates-32-billion-coronavirus-sales-hit-plans-faster-rollout-new-cafe-format/2261526
Businesses see online growth during pandemic: study
Gloom may be in the air. But businesses have gained by shifting to ecommerce during the COVID-19 crisis, according to The State of Commerce Experience’, a study from Bloomreach, conducted by Forrester Consulting.
Learn more from MediaPost here: https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/352483/businesses-see-online-growth-during-pandemic-stud.html
B2B visual content marketing: 10 examples for your own campaigns
What are the best content formats to use for online communications? As B2B content marketers constantly review and optimize their work, this question becomes ever more pressing as engagement rates drop and marketing budgets have to be justified.
Keep reading from Customer Think here: https://customerthink.com/b2b-visual-content-marketing-10-examples-for-your-own-campaigns/