COVID-19 Archives - Inside FMCG
So-called ‘zombie’ businesses that have been kept alive through government support, rather than market forces, are beginning to shut up shop, according to a note by CreditorWatch.
Even as society reopens post Covid-19, Australians are likely to remain homebodies, according to research undertaken by News Corp.
Adapting to the pandemic situation is crucial for business success, but understanding the end-to-end ramifications of changes being made is just as important.
Queensland company Now Retail Group is launching Australia’s first vending machine for health products, Health Pod.
Businesses across Victoria are divided on the state’s lockdown measures, with around fifth surveyed saying the Andrews Government had handled the situation very well, and another fifth saying it had been bungled.
More than a third of Australians have observed that grocery prices are increasing, at a time when income levels are constrained by the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese people are getting back to work, shopping, eating out and trying to get back to “normal” after the Covid-19 lockdown – and they are spending again.
Queensland’s pharmacists are concerned by instructions from the state’s government for Covid-19 testing to take place in community pharmacies.
South Australia’s state government has created a $200,000 emergency fund to help community pharmacies continue to provide critical services during the Covid-19 crisis.
As Melbourne enters its toughest lockdown yet, what lessons have been learned about demand?