Increasing numbers set to stay away from pubs and restaurants

Britain’s restaurants and pubs can expect almost total shut-down next week, with increasing numbers of the public deciding to stop going out because of COVID-19 fears – even if they haven’t already. In a poll carried out by CGA on Wednesday this week, over half (52%) of adults who normally eat or drink out said they had already stopped going to restaurants on Government advice, and with crucially half (51%) of those yet to stop visiting saying they would cease in the coming week.
     

CPL Learning Makes Mental Health and Personal Resilience Course Accessible for Free

CPL Learning announces they are making Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses free to access. Following the launch of the free Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action online course last week, CPL Learning has decided to offer free access to their Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses.
     

COVID-19: a message to partners from CGA CEO Phil Tate

In light of the current COVID-19 outbreak, read what our Group Chief Executive Phil Tate has to share. We’ve now launched a section on our website containing our most up-to-date data on COVID-19’s impact on the out-of-home industry. This site will be an ever-developing resource for you to call upon, providing you with accurate, measured insights, analytics and thought leadership from our team of experts across the UK and U.S. 
     

COVID-19 crisis: New weekly insights for the US market

With bars and restaurants impacted by city-wide lock downs across the the United States, the COVID-19 outbreak is having a very real impact on the on-premise market. CGA’s US business, Nielsen CGA, will now be releasing a bi-weekly COVID-19 On-Premise Impact Report that snapshots the traffic and sales impact of social distancing and regulatory restrictions.