The pandemic may have accelerated consumers' shift online, but don't expect Americans to forgo theaters permanently for streaming or stop shopping at the grocery store. Concerts and conferences will eventually come back, but the post-pandemic future will likely be very different.
Those are some of the insights from Atom Tickets co-founder Matthew Bakal and Greycroft's Elaine Russell, who spoke in a dot.LA Summit panel moderated by KPMG audit partner Charity Manley on Wednesday. Atom Tickets is a digital movie ticketing service and Greycroft is a venture firm which focuses, in part, on retail.
- Popshop Live's Twist on E-Commerce - dot.LA ›
- GOAT's $100M Raise Fuels its Trendsetter Ambitions - dot.LA ›
- Inside Amazon Fresh, Amazon's Ecommerce Grocery Store - dot.LA ›
- Tapcart Soars as Retail Scrambles to Create a Better Mobile ... ›
- COVID-19 crisis sparks 'inflection point' for online grocery — and ... ›