After sweating out the early months of COVID-19, several national gym chains are finally experiencing a healthy increase in membership levels. Our competitive analysis of gym companies illustrates that U.S. customer counts steadily increased throughout 2021, and memberships at gym chains such as Crunch Fitness, Planet Fitness, and Anytime Fitness almost reached or exceeded pre-pandemic levels.
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U.S. consumer spending has been altered by the coronavirus pandemic. By analyzing industry-level data, consumer spending trends can provide insight into which sectors of the economy are recovering fastest.
When gym facilities closed early in the pandemic, many people began working out at home. We analyzed how gyms have fared over the past year compared to home fitness companies.
While sales for the vitamin category have been decreasing over the past three years, DTC companies like Ritual and Persona have seen their sales and market share increase during COVID-19.
As shelter-in-place orders left many Americans with extra time for home cooking, a closer look at meal kit companies operating in the U.S. reveals which companies benefited the most from the lockdown demand surge.
COVID-19 has catalyzed sales growth in the telehealth industry, as patients turn to online doctors as a safer and more convenient way to receive medical advice. The industry has witnessed skyrocketing year-over-year growth since March 16, the week most states issued shelter-in-place orders, and has since sustained strong growth.