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NEW MOTIVATION RESEARCH
We are pleased to offer our latest research papers:
Why the COVID-19 Pandemic is Changing Americans’ Views on Health Care
Women and the 2020 Crisis: Values and Priorities Altered
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Thought leadership is one of our core competencies; the backbone of our business is conducting research to aid effective communications. We are great market researchers, and we understand the unique needs of public release studies, especially the importance of telling a good story. Here are a few recent studies our clients have released:
Our client PNC recently released results of their Spring Economic Outlook Survey, which looks at, among other things, the COVID-19 vaccine’s impact on businesses. The findings show that, with small businesses permanently changed by the pandemic, owners are looking to a vaccine-driven recovery. We’ve included more key insights in this summary.
In December of 2020 Artemis, through our long-term strategic partner Neimand Collaborative, undertook a large-scale research project for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS). The purpose of the research was to measure initial intentions among residents to get the newly arriving COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more here.
Our recent study for Fidelity Charitable looks at how donors support charitable causes with both their time and money—and how the COVID-19 crisis has sharply impacted how volunteers are able to serve. View results and insights here.
In addition to the acute injury inflicted by the pandemic on our society, its more universal effect has been to force most people to constrain pleasurable activities for an uncertain period of time. While we’re generally an adaptive species, the uncertainty is disconcerting. It makes us antsy. Uncomfortable. Frustrated. Bad things result.
How to cope?
Partner Dave Richardson was inspired by a recent read and a historical figure in his cure for the COVID blues: regular, relaxing baths.