US News: Will 2022 Be Naughty or Nice for the Economy…Or Both?
Similarly, the shift to online grocery shopping is likely to outlive the pandemic, says Brendan Condon, Chief Revenue Officer at Captify, an online search intelligence firm that helps brands maximize online advertising.
“At the start of the pandemic, we witnessed a sharp acceleration in online grocery shopping triggered by store closures, fear of in-person shopping and lack of inventory,” Condon says. “Nearly two years later, search interest in online food shopping continues to rise, driven by both preference and accessibility. The pandemic may have forced this change, but now even with the ability to shop in-store again, people are continuing to make that choice.”
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