Changes in Lifestyle and the New Commercial Reality

Within this context of health emergency, the mobility restriction measures decreed by the governments have forced people to change their consumption habits, a situation that forces companies to look for ways to deliver the products to their customers.

Friday, April 3, 2020

In order to adapt to this new economic reality and derived from the outbreak of covid-19 in Central American countries, companies have been forced to rely on marketing channels that until a few weeks ago were not among the most important in their commercial strategy.

See "Post-Quarantine Consumption Patterns"

The strategic alliance between Cooperativa Dos Pinos de Costa Rica and the Glovo and UberEats platforms, dedicated to home delivery of food and beverages, is an example of the radical changes the market is bringing about.

Rodrigo Larios, Director of New Business at Dos Pinos, explained that "... With this new way of distributing our products to the place where people are, Dos Pinos becomes the first mass consumption and food company to make a store available on the Uber Eats platform."

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According to the company's statement "... Direct deliveries to homes include food and beverages such as yogurts, cheeses, juices, teas, soft drinks, ice cream, custards, creams and the sought-after Gallito chocolates and candies, among others. Through the Glovo platform, home delivery arrives to the inhabitants of the Great Metropolitan Area with schedules from Monday to Sunday from 6 a.m. to 12 midnights."

In the context of this business transformation, CentralAmericaData developed a georeferenced information system, which allows the identification of behavior patterns and consumer preferences in any market in Central America. We have detailed information on the number of people, their location by area and their socio-demographic characteristics, such as gender, age, socioeconomic level and other relevant data such as interests and preferences.

The tool provides information on the concentration of the population by age groups, fundamental data for making business decisions such as where to open a new sales point, to adapt to new product delivery times, among others.

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