With the closure of numerous bank branches around the UK as a result of lockdown measures, as well as a rapid shift online as remote working becomes the norm for many, it would be easy to assume that digital banking has fared well during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Last month it was announced that the UK would be making a sudden u-turn on its contact tracing strategy, adopting a Bluetooth-powered decentralised contact tracing app using a framework developed by Apple and Google instead of the centralised app that was being developed by NHSX.
As many businesses face financial difficulty, marketing and advertising spending has been scaled down – especially in the context of cancelled events and remote working. Ellen Daniel explores the impact on the adtech industry.
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