Impact of COVID-19 on Black American Consumers & Shoppers
Black Americans have been impacted significantly by COVID-19 and this is reflected in changes to their lifestyle, media consumption and online shopping behavior. Download our infographic to see details on how COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of Black Americans. Additionally, we highlight areas of opportunities for various sectors based on changes in consumer behavior. The infographic shows data broken out by the four Culturati Black American segments compared to Total Black Americans.
2020 Edition of The Cultural Mosaic 2.0© Ready for Purchase!
Download an overview of this report. Equip Your Team With Advanced Cross-Cultural Knowledge To Elevate Brand Resonance
In 2012 we revolutionized U.S. Hispanic market intelligence with a breakthrough 2-dimensional framework that has unprecedent actionability and has been typed into Nielsen Scanning Panel, Nielsen Spectra and fused with NPower®.
In 2017, we revolutionized the New Mainstream market intelligence, updated the Hispanic model and created two groundbreaking models for Black Americans and Asians.
This year we have released the 2020 edition of the syndicated report: The Cultural Mosaic 2.0: Achieving Greater Resonance in Today’s New Mainstream© which is a powerful and unparalleled knowledge tool to help marketers develop winning total market and targeted initiatives.
The report delivers updates to all the models and trended data on consumer, shopper and media attitudes and behavior. It is available for purchase as of September 2020 and typing tools can be licensed for a minimal annual fee.
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Celebrating Holidays & Traditions in America
Our insightful infographic that showcases the importance of holidays and breaks them down by Total Market vs. Multicultural consumers – and by attitudinal segments with these cultural cohorts. We also show the frequency of celebrating specific holidays and provide interesting trends from a 2017 survey. Understanding these trends will allow marketers to create campaigns around holidays that connect with the new total mainstream as well as design more effective targeted initiatives for multicultural consumers.
Impact of COVID-19 on U.S. Hispanic Consumers (Updated July 2020)
Hispanics have been impacted significantly by COVID-19 and this is reflected in changes to their lifestyle, media consumption and online shopping behavior. Download our infographic to see details on how COVID-19 has disrupted Hispanics’ lives. Additionally, we highlight areas of opportunities for various sectors based on changes in consumer behavior. The infographic shows data broken out by the four Culturati Hispanic segments compared to Total Hispanics.
COVID-19 Impact on Lifestyle, Online Shopping and Media Consumption
For the last couple of months, there has been a lot of information regarding the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on consumer confidence and behavior. Yet, information on U.S. Hispanics has been limited, particularly across Hispanic segments (since not all Hispanics are the same). As such, Culturati Research & Consulting (Culturati), conducted a three-question nationwide survey among 341 respondents using its Learning Incubator® Hispanic panel with the goal of obtaining a more granular view of the impact among the different segments.
The Socio-Political Climate Impact Among Hispanic Consumers ©2019
Download an overview of this report. Today more than ever, Hispanic consumers want brands to participate in solving societal issues and expect them to be present in their communities. Recent increases in socio-political tension and crackdowns on immigration are creating more personal connections to many social and political issues among Hispanics. To help marketers understand and leverage this new dynamic, Culturati’s report explores how the current socio-political climate impacts Hispanics’ expectations from brands, cultural connections and consumer spending.
The study is particularly powerful because it includes trended data showing changes in attitudes and behaviors, differences by acculturation and comparisons to non-Hispanic consumers.