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The Ecommerce Game Is a Tale of Two Countries, and China’s Companies Are Pulling Ahead

Source: eMarketer

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Without prompt COVID containment, food, recreation, hotels won’t recover until 2025

Source: McKinsey & Co, Executive Briefing – July 16, 2020    

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Less is more for TWE if it can unload its low-end US brands

  Treasury Wine Estates could create more than $2 billion in company value by selling  its low-end U.S. brands and restructuring its operations here, according to a July 16, 2020 analysis by Merrill Lunch/BofA Securities. The analysis said that “TWE’s US business [is] being currently valued by the market at close to zero.” “Based on […]

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Bad news for re-opening: 68% of the public is UNcomfortable returning to normal routine

Source: Morning Consult

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Non-chain restaurants top public approval list for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds. Opinions mostly fractured on other categories.

Source: Morning Consult

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Social distancing impact on leisure and hospitality varies wildly from state to state

Social distancing impact on leisure and hospitality varies wildly from state to state Source: U.S. Federal Reserve

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Premium wine sales channel/volume unlikely to show big post-COVID recoveries: Rabobank

Source: Rabobank Wine Quarterly Q2 2020: Covid-19 and the US Premium Wine Market, Part I: The Challenges

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10 Mostly Good Ways the Pandemic Has Altered Expectations of Remote Work

Source: How the Pandemic Has Altered Expectations of Remote Work

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Recommendations sell! Wine must find an *accurate* path to the types people like most.

Accurate recommendations can make big impacts Some types of recommendations rank higher with consumers Wine recommendation types are still wandering in the wilderness.

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Critics’ “swirl, sniff, sip, spit” not sufficient for wine evaluation

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