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Combating COVID-19: Insights by sector

Explore sector-specific actions to guide your crisis response

No industry is escaping the disruption of COVID-19. But leaders like you must consider the unique impact it is having on your sector and the distinct needs of your people and business. This page compiles insights on a range of sectors that can help you act in this crisis with empathy and action.

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COVID-19 sector heatmaps

How are sectors faring where you operate?

The COVID-19 sector heatmaps gauge the current state of sectors in select countries against the three phases of a crisis: Respond, Recover, and Thrive. Each heatmap provides a visual representation of the pandemic’s impact along with key observations and enables users to compare and contrast countries and sectors.

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The futures of mobility after COVID-19

The pandemic has shut millions of people in their homes and disrupted every part of the transportation domain, but leaders can’t simply wait to see how tomorrow’s reshaped mobility ecosystem turns out. We offer four possible scenarios for the future of mobility.

Deloitte State of the Consumer Tracker

Establishing the road to a global consumer recovery in the era of COVID-19

How the Automotive Industry is acting to mitigate risk during the epidemic

Deloitte China provides insights and mitigating actions for the automotive industry in response to the impact of COVID-19.

Deloitte State of the Consumer Tracker

Establishing the road to a global consumer recovery in the era of COVID-19

In the throes of a dual-front crisis

How is the interplay between personal safety and economic concerns affecting consumer spending behavior? Explore our global survey findings to find out.

COVID-19: Voice of Canadians and impact to retailers

How Canadian consumers’ behaviours have changed – and will continue to change.

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COVID-19’s impact on China’s consumer products & retail industries

Series of articles from Deloitte China provides insight into the impact of COVID-19 on China’s consumer products and retail industries, how companies have responded, and what they can do to recover and thrive post crisis.

COVID-19: Impact on non-food consumer products companies

Guidance for Consumer Products executives leading non-food companies

COVID-19: Impact on food and beverage consumer products companies

Guidance for Consumer Products executives leading food and beverage companies

Deloitte State of the Consumer Tracker

Establishing the road to a global consumer recovery in the era of COVID-19

COVID-19 sector heatmaps

The COVID-19 sector heatmaps gauge the current state of sectors in select countries against the three phases of a crisis: Respond, Recover, and Thrive. Each heatmap provides a visual representation of the pandemic’s impact along with key observations and enables users to compare and contrast countries and sectors.

Maintaining customer loyalty and trust during times of uncertainty

As the world joins forces to contain the current COVID-19 crisis, businesses are concerned with the impact that events may have on the relationship with their customers. Explore ways to maintain customer loyalty and trust in this report.

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People, technology, and the path to organizational resilience

In this latest piece, Deloitte Canada examines the responsibility that IT leaders have to not only lead their function through the current pandemic, but also to support the entire enterprise, especially since technology has become increasingly woven into the fabric of business.

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COVID-19: Managing supply chain risk and disruption

This piece from Deloitte Canada highlights short-term actions companies can take to respond to business disruption and supply chain challenges from the global spread of COVID-19 ─ and looks ahead to the longer-term solution of digital supply networks.

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COVID-19: Navigating volatility and distress

This piece from Deloitte in the UK provides guidance for companies experiencing significant operational disruption due to public policy measures put in place to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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Five resilient leader qualities for investment managers

As investment managers navigate their recovery so they can be well-positioned to thrive in the future, resilient leaders can use this framework to help revamp their organizations to meet the new needs of the “next normal.”

COVID-19 return-to-the-workplace strategies

Emerging lessons and key questions for financial services leaders

Insurers step up as financial first responders

Many insurers are taking action to help both customers and their communities during the pandemic, yet their contributions may be going unnoticed. What’s likely required is broader communication of their corporate citizenship activities.

COVID-19 implications for commercial real estate

Unlike past economic challenges, COVID-19 is having an immediate, widespread impact on the CRE industry across the globe. Learn how and why this is different, along with our take on what the post–COVID-19 recovery could look like.

Confronting the crisis | How financial services firms are responding to and learning from COVID-19

FSI firms are learning valuable lessons in crisis management and contingency planning as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at several firms’ plans for the near future and for the long term to help them build resilience.

Potential implications of COVID-19 for the insurance sector

How the coronavirus outbreak may impact insurers operationally and economically

COVID-19 potential implications for the banking and capital markets sector

​Learn what questions banking and capital markets leaders should be asking themselves right now and what actions should be considered in the face of COVID-19.

COVID-19 and the investment management industry

Without fresh information, processed at the speed at which markets are moving, investment professionals could be operating suboptimally—at a critical time.

During and after the pandemic: Implications for the real estate sector

Participants will gain insights on the current real estate environment and explore ways that real estate organizations can respond, recover, and thrive in the coming year.

Transforming government post–COVID-19

How flipping orthodoxies can reinvent government operating models

COVID-19 and the virtualization of government

For government agencies, COVID-19 has made the future of work a current workplace reality. Learn steps leaders can take now to embrace the transition and get ready for what’s coming next.

Center for Fiscal Systems: Tackling the COVID-19 crisis

As revenue agencies respond to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic they are guided by three priorities: (1) maintaining business continuity, (2) implementing government policies to contain the economic damage, and (3) managing service demand and compliance risks. The Deloitte Center for Fiscal Systems is dedicated to assisting revenue agencies across the world on their journeys towards better futures for themselves, their stakeholders and the societies they serve.

Understanding COVID-19’s impact on transport organizations

This article discusses how transport organizations can continue to operate throughout the lockdown while planning ahead for when measures are lifted.

COVID-19’s impact on international development organizations

This article describes what kinds of scenarios LMICs may face during this crisis and practical steps they need to take.

Governments’ response to COVID-19

Government's response to this crisis must account for the urgency of the situation and embrace both short- and long-term perspectives.

COVID-19 Government Response Portal

Learn what government assistance programs are now available in your country and across geographies through this free portal.

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Aftermarket services

Manufacturers are increasingly turning their focus on aftermarket services, not only as a means to enhance customer satisfaction but also as a revenue-generating opportunity. In the wake of COVID-19-driven disruption, there is additional business sense in scaling aftermarket services at a time when new equipment orders are disrupted and capital spending comes into question.

Clinical leaders' top concerns about reopening

As COVID-19 cases recede, we explore how health care organizations can ramp up nonurgent procedures once again—the resources they need, the constraints they face, and the possible timelines for things to come back to pre-COVID-19 levels.

The future of virtual health

As virtual health gains momentum, it is becoming a core component in helping consumers improve or maintain their well-being, as well as playing an increasingly important role in the diagnosis and treatment of illness.

The impact of COVID-19 on China's pharmaceuticals industry as it responds, recovers, and thrives.

With the breakout of COVID-19, Deloitte China's Life Sciences & Health Care Industry team initiated a survey to understand the virus' impact on China pharmaceutical industry and measure the longer-term impact this could eventually have on their business model and operating processes.

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Understanding COVID-19’s impact on the mining & metals sector

This article explores the potential long-term impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the future demand for commodities as well as next steps companies can take to ensure their response to this pandemic is swift and effective.

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COVID-19: Reflections on mining trends

In January this year, Deloitte released the 12th Edition of Tracking the Trends. Two major mining conferences followed – Investing in Africa Mining Indaba and Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Mining Conference. And then the world changed.

COVID-19’s impact on power, utilities & renewables companies

This piece explores the various impacts and practical next steps PU&R companies can take as industrial demand declines and customer demand increases.

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Printers Charming: COVID-19 TMT Predictions

Working and studying at home due to COVID-19 means printing at home too!

COVID-19: A black swan event for the semiconductor industry?

Deloitte leaders discuss the impact COVID-19 presents to the semiconductor industry’s supply chains and global growth. It includes suggestions for managing near-term disruptions and maintaining business continuity while presenting an opportunity to transform the global supply chain model to create a more resilient future.

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Understanding COVID-19’s impact on the sports sector

This article discusses how owners, broadcasters, and advertisers are trying to figure out the various downstream impacts of the pandemic while also considering new technologies and channels to help engage fans during suspended or modified league operations.

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Understanding COVID-19’s impact on the telecom sector

This article explores how telecommunication companies are focusing on increasing network resiliency and reliability for the consumer while also looking at how COVID-19 may impact their planned investments, particularly in 5G.

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COVID-19: Impact on media and entertainment companies

This piece examines how some companies are finding ways to engage differently with consumers and the new reality for advertisers now having to reexamine their campaign spend and strategy during this time of social distancing.

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Looking to the recovery of leisure travel demand

The road ahead is uncertain, but early demand signals create some room for optimism

Deloitte State of the Consumer Tracker

Establishing the road to a global consumer recovery in the era of COVID-19

Understanding COVID-19’s impact on the airline sector

Airlines have an array of choices to make, and this article outlines a number of actions they can take to respond, recover, and prepare to thrive in the new normal.

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Combating COVID-19 with resilience

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