Dr. John Johnson is a PhD economist and the CEO of Edgeworth Analytics, a DC-based data consulting firm that empowers professionals to unlock data’s potential. In this episode, we discuss: Economic data on time and possible date on when the economy may start to recover and thoughts on the rehiring process for unemployed COVID-19 workers; Economic analysis on your business, demand for what you sell, remote working and extra costs potentially of reopening; Risk of infections of workers vs. running a remote business data points; Customer base analysis; and Process for you to dig deep into data for your department and business to help make business decisions in the pandemic.
"Younger Americans are eager to eat and drink out in public again," says CNBC. "Eating out was the only activity a majority of young Americans surveyed were willing to resume immediately."
Stores have already begun reopening and that has gotten Americans excited. "The International Council of Shopping Centers polled 1,004 Americans about their expectations of the pandemic’s demise and found them eager to be back at their usual haunts before summer," says Chain Store Age.
Salesfuel’s “State Of Media Sales” Study Shows Sales Teams Expect Covid-19 Recovery To Begin As Early As June
A new annual study shows while some media sales/executive managers are optimistic about emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic in the next 30–60 days, the pressures of the coronavirus and sales environment are creating nearly historic levels of unhappiness and potential churn for media sales teams. These are just some of the findings in SalesFuel’s […]