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Covid-19 is the largest global disrupter we've seen in generations. In times of uncertainty comes opportunity, which means winners and losers. What will it mean for your company? How are your users and consumers changing their behavior? And just what will the post-coronavirus market landscape look like? Find all our latest research in one place.

 
 

Webinar Replay: COVID-19 Tracking Changing Consumer Behaviors and Implications for Brands in US, UK and China

Strategy Analytics shares our analysis and insights on the changing consumer attitudes and expectations about covid-19 impact on consumer life and technology purchases. Additionally, we evaluate how users perceptions of key brand groups have changed in the US, UK and China based on how they have handled the pandemic. Two waves of online surveys with national representative samples of adults were conducted March 21-24 and April 21-25.


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COVID-19 Tracking Changing Consumer Behaviors and Implications for Brands in US, UK and China

How are consumers reacting to the COVID-19 crisis. Strategy Analytics carried out research in the US, UK, and China. Two waves of online surveys with national representative samples of adults were conducted March 21-24 and April 21-25 with these goals.

  • Understand awareness and attitudes towards COVID-19
  • Understand changing work, life and leisure activities
  • Capture consumer expectations on a return to normalcy
  • Determine the impact of COVID-19 on future purchase cycle for new devices
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Measuring the Path of the COVID-19 Recession

This report benchmarks the impact of the COVID-19 recession so far and looks forward to Q2 and the full year in terms of the potential impacts on the smartphone market. We explore the significant decline in units sold seen in China, roadmap where the US market will go in Q1 and Q2.


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COVID-19 Catalyst for Economic Disruption

Strategy Analytics clients are facing turbulent economies around the world being driven by the COVID-19 virus and the policies being implemented to control it.

Strategy Analytics has synthesized the inputs from a wide range of sources and developed scenarios to address the range of outcomes, the risks, and often the opportunities that may emerge. This report presents both a Deep U curve recovery and a more pessimistic Deep U XL (extended length) curve and details the expected impact on global and regional GDP growth.


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Appendices - Automotive Electronics System Demand - July 2021
This update is still dominated by the recovery from the COVID-19 global pandemic and the impact of shortages of key automotive semiconductors.  The short-term outlook is now slightly more negative, and most risks remain on the downside.  However, due to the steep falls in 2020, Strategy Analytics expects growth in 2021 and beyond. 

Report | 19/07/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Dashboard - Automotive Electronics System Demand - July 2021
This update is still dominated by the recovery from the COVID-19 global pandemic and the impact of shortages of key automotive semiconductors.  The short-term outlook is now slightly more negative, and most risks remain on the downside.  However, due to the steep falls in 2020, Strategy Analytics expects growth in 2021 and beyond. 

Report | 19/07/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Automotive Sensor Demand 2019 to 2028 - April 2021
systems was worth $251 billion, down by 10% over the value in 2019. However, the fall in system demand was substantially less than that of global vehicle production, which is now understood to have fallen by 15.8% in 2019, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Production fell in every region. China performed best, with "only" a 4.3% decline

Report | 30/04/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Presenter - Automotive Electronics System Demand - April 2021
which may also impact semiconductor production if the situation continues. A scenario assuming that the impact will be worse than expected is shown later. There also remains a strong risk that the COVID-19 recovery will not be as strong as currently predicted. This could be caused by problems in the global vaccine roll-out and/or the emergence of a

Report | 29/04/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Appendices - Automotive Electronics System Demand - April 2021
This year’s update is dominated by the recovery from the COVID-19 global pandemic and the impact of shortages of key automotive semiconductors.  Most risk remains on the downside.  However, due to the steep falls in 2020, Strategy Analytics expects growth in 2021 and beyond, despite the semiconductor supply issues.  The market

Report | 29/04/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Dashboard - Automotive Electronics System Demand - April 2021
This year’s update is dominated by the recovery from the COVID-19 global pandemic and the impact of shortages of key automotive semiconductors.  Most risk remains on the downside.  However, due to the steep falls in 2020, Strategy Analytics expects growth in 2021 and beyond, despite the semiconductor supply issues.  The market

Report | 29/04/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Main Data Tables - Automotive Electronics System Demand - April 2021
Summary Index Key Point Conclusions In 2020, the world market for automotive electronic systems was worth $251 billion, down by 10% over the value in 2019. However, the fall in system demand was substantially less than that of global vehicle production, which is now understood to have fallen by 15.8% in 2019, due to the impact of the COVID-19

Report | 29/04/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

DoorDash Growth Explodes in 2020, but 2021 Will be a Different Story
Connected Mobility DoorDash Growth Explodes in 2020, but 2021 Will be a Different Story 05 March 2021 Report Snapshot In 2020, DoorDash showed impressive financial gains throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, taking advantage of a short - term shift in demand toward at-home food delivery and away from in-person dining. But in

Report | 05/03/2021 Ben Lundin | Automotive

7 Predictions For Enterprise Mobility in 2021 – An Executive Summary
: ....................... 2 2. Multicloud will take business to the next phase of innovation: ............... 2 3. Work from home outlasts Covid-19: .............................................................. 3 Microsoft, Google, Zoom, Cisco, AWS fight head-to-head, but the market will not consolidate

Report | 04/03/2021 Gina Luk | IoT Ecosystem

Automotive Sensor Demand 2018 to 2027 - January 2021
electronic systems was worth $255 billion, down by 10% over the value in 2019. However, the fall in system demand was substantially less than that of global vehicle production, which is now understood to have fallen by 15.8% in 2019, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Production fell in every region. China performed best, with "only" a 4.1

Report | 21/01/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Main Data Tables - Automotive Electronics System Demand - January 2021
E PU Pickup F SUV SUV D SUV SUV E SUV SUV F VAN Van A VAN Van B VAN Van C VAN Van D VAN Van E VAN Van F The priority for this update has been getting it out speedily, to reflect the challenges in the market due to COVID-19. Strategy Analytics has thus simply replaced the old A through VAN segmentation with the new A through F in this

Report | 21/01/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Presenter - Automotive Electronics System Demand - January 2021
2021 output of 2.2 million units, with a consequent loss of $7.5B of system demand. There also remains a strong risk that the COVID-19 recovery will not be as strong as currently predicted. This could be caused by problems in the global vaccine roll-out and/or the emergence of a vaccine-resistant strain of COVID-19. A separate scenario has been

Report | 21/01/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Appendices - Automotive Electronics System Demand - January 2021
2020 was a bleak year for the automotive industry. This update shows a forecast recovery in 2021, but with two key risk factors remaining: a resurgence of COVID-19 and shortages of semiconductors. Our "Standard" scenario assumes that neither of these have a strong negative impact on 2021 and beyond. Strategy Analytics thus expects electronic

Report | 21/01/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Dashboard - Automotive Electronics System Demand - January 2021
2020 was a bleak year for the automotive industry. This update shows a forecast recovery in 2021, but with two key risk factors remaining: a resurgence of COVID-19 and shortages of semiconductors. Our "Standard" scenario assumes that neither of these have a strong negative impact on 2021 and beyond. Strategy Analytics thus expects electronic

Report | 21/01/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Tablet Customer & Channel Type Shipment and Installed Base Forecast by Region 2010-2025: H2 20 Update
of this report is expressly forbidden without the prior written permission of Strategy Analytics. 2020 Market Data   The spread of COVID-19 has made work/learn-from-home an urgent necessity in many industries. In 2020, demand has risen for mobile computing devices to get work done away from the office or classroom. Over the long term, however

Report | 29/12/2020 Eric Smith | Devices

 

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