This crisis has revolutionized our relationship to money matters, at the personal, public opinion, and institutional level.
We're entering a new phase in how we relate to public and personal finance, with once niche ideas becoming suddenly popular, and old habits like saving, investing, and spending undergoing one of the largest shifts in recent memory.
Join on Thursday 16th to hear from:
• Erica Alini – Money & Consumer Reporter at Global News
• Marc Geffen – Pulsar VP of Research & Strategy
• Tom Deacon - Pulsar Solutions Consultant
• Davide Berretta – Pulsar VP of Marketing
To talk about..
⦿ Predicting consumer spending with social data: which categories seem most likely to bounce back sooner than others after the pandemic?
⦿ Trends in personal finance, alternative sources of income, and alternative investing options that are taking off right now.
⦿ Public perception of this downturn as a recession or depression, and support for rethinking our economy along the lines of Universal Basic Income.
.. and much more.
Tune in on Thursday, July 16th at:
‣ 5:00 PM CET
‣ 4:00 PM BST
‣ 11:00 AM ET
‣ 8:00 AM PT
MAPPING THE #NEWNORMAL
The reality is, we won’t be going back to normal.
Not for a long time, at least. And even towards the end of this crisis, it won’t be going back to ‘normal’. It will be going back to a ‘new normal’, a normal that is being shaped right now by all the new challenges, questions and decisions that we are suddenly facing and that we have never faced before, at least in peace time.
At Pulsar we are in a privileged position to see these changes happening in real-time.
Discover our New Normal Trends, updated daily: