How COVID-19 is changing the movement of your customers

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As you battle with customer change it is vital to understand how changes in behaviour and their movement will impact your business. CACI's understanding of people and places give us a unique insight into how Covid-19 is altering the behaviour and movement of customers and how this is evolving over time.

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As Lockdown 2.0 draws to an end, mobility remains stable for the third consecutive week

To read the analysis to week ending 29th November, please complete the form below.

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National movement levels remain stable mid lockdown

Read the analysis to week ending 22nd November.

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The first full week of Lockdown 2.0 in the run-up to Christmas sees the UK remains almost twice as mobile as April, this week we explore why

Read the analysis to week ending 15th November. 

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Lockdown 2.0 has the desired effect this week, as consumer movement evaporates across UK retail destinations in the lead up to Christmas 

Read the analysis to week ending 8th November.

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Further government restrictions across the UK lead to a slowing of mobility

Read the analysis to week ending 25th October.

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The decline in movement settles, as sub-regional restrictions bring local reductions

Read the analysis to week ending 18th October.

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Mobility is reduced to levels last seen in July as the country is divided

Read the analysis to week ending 11th October.

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Local lockdowns lead to further decline in mobilisation across the UK. There is a demographic pattern to mobilisation rather than a North-South one

Read the analysis to week ending 4th October. 

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Government legislation calls last orders for Late Night Entertainment venues as the 10pm curfew results in further challenges for the F&B sector

Read the analysis to week ending 27th September.

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The effect of 'Rule of 6' on consumer mobility

Read the analysis to week ending 20th September.

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Back to school, back to the office, back to greater mobility

Read the analysis to week ending 13th September.

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The move from holiday to term-time and uncertainty remains

Read the analysis to week ending 6th September.

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Are consumers beginning to acclimatise to the now familiar restrictions placed on their shopping and leisure activities?

Read the analysis to week ending 30th August.

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Consumers make the most of the last days of the school holidays and ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme

Read the analysis to week ending 23rd August.

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As the summer comes to an end we see local areas blow hot and cold

Read the analysis to week ending 16th August.

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Eat Out helps out, but holiday season dominates

Read the analysis to week ending 9th August.

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Leisure sector welcomes back families for much needed boost

Read the analysis to week ending 2nd August.

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Localism on the rise as consumers invest in local communities

Read the analysis to week ending 26th July.


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A step change in movement driven by leisure openings

Read the analysis to week ending 12th July.

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Frequency of visit & catchment size and the return of pubs & restaurants

Read the analysis to week ending 5th July.

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The return of non-essential retail brings a step-change in activity

Read the analysis to week ending 28th June.


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The challenge to get shoppers moving, South East commuter activity & who’s using convenience retail

Read the analysis to week ending Sunday 14th June.

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How demographic groups & locations are adapting to the gradual easing of government restrictions 

Read the analysis to week ending Sunday 7th June.

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The demographic and regional trends from lockdown to initial easing of restrictions


Read the analysis from February to week ending Sunday 31st May.
              


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