In an effort to reboot the economy, Georgia’s Governor reopened the state for business from April 24. The order detailed relaxations in business operations and opening of non-essential businesses such as hair salons, gyms, bowling alleys, dine-in restaurants, and nail care artists, among others.
Businesses can’t help but wonder whether the pandemic has onset a radical behavioral shift or will consumers go back to their old patterns? …
Assessing Visitation Patterns Across Cities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by surprise and undoubtedly made us all rethink the way we function as individuals, communities, and businesses.
As the world fights one of the most unprecedented challenges of modern times, we, at Near, have used our state-of-the-art data intelligence platform to get a step closer to finding answers to some fundamental questions- what made the situation better or worse across regions and what can be done in the coming days to minimize the damage?
Here is a city-wise breakdown of the impact of social distancing and home isolation measures on visitation patterns and mobility. This could form the basis for projections and aid the decision-making process on the further course of action to counter the pandemic. …
And chances are good you will see many Hondas in the area, regardless of the zip code.
We analyzed the daily habits of residents of the most affluent zip codes in San Francisco (areas of Palo Alto, Marin County, Menlo Park, Guerneville, San Francisco, Berkeley, Santa Cruz County and San Mateo County), and found interesting insights into where they shop, where they eat and what they drive.
And here’s what we found.
Costco and Target are the preferred retailers in the Bay Area.