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Covid-19 accelerates e-commerce adoption in Ireland among 55-65s while all age groups opt for cashless

Research found that e-commerce in Ireland is increasing among people aged 55-65 years old whilst all demographics opt for digital payments Research from global payments leader Elavon reveals a strong uptake in online spending among those aged 55-65 and a rise in digital payments, including card and contactless methods, across all demographics due to COVID-19. …

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Around the world, people yearn for significant change rather than a return to a “pre-COVID normal”

New survey by Ipsos reveals that people prefer change rather than returning to how things were before the pandemic. The survey of more than 21,000 adults from 27 countries finds that 72% would prefer their life to change significantly rather than go back to how it was before the COVID-19 crisis started. Further, 86% would …

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What Worries the World – Survey

Survey reveals that people around the globe still consider Covid-19 as their main concern. Ipsos’ What Worries the World survey tracks public opinion on the most important social and political issues across 27 countries today, drawing on 10 years of data to place the latest scores in context. October’s results show that people worldwide continue …

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Supply chain strategies for the new normal

In this episode of  Covid-19 Webcast Series, PwC Ireland Leader David McGee invite three guests to share their insights on supply chain strategies during uncertain times.  Businesses need to consider the key strategic priorities around maintaining robust and dependable supply chains. Among the considerations are demand and supply planning in an uncertain environment, near-shoring supplies …

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Ireland faces ‘deep downturn’ this year and may not rebound until 2024 if there is a second wave

The Central Bank of Ireland has warned it could take until 2024 for the Irish economy to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic if there is a second outbreak of Covid-19. This warning is based on the worst-case scenario laid out in the Central Bank’s latest quarterly analysis of the economy. This scenario assumes the strict lockdown period has …

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Doing Business in an Online World

Ireland Together Community has been in existence for three months and is already adding value and actionable insights to its 500 plus members. The non-profit group of professionals and entrepreneurs is committed to finding innovative solutions to the challenges presented by the changes that COVID-19 is bringing. This active community has organised itself around popular …

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