Amid a supply chain crisis and geopolitical instability, the start of 2022 has seen many Americans experience a sudden rise in everyday costs. What tactics are they employing to cope with this increase, and how can brands both manage their bottom lines and better serve their customers?
Larry Sprung is the founder of Long Island-based financial planning firm Mitlin Financial. Before launching Mitlin in 2004, he was a vice president at Bank of America Investments.
Greg McBride is a senior vice president and chief financial analyst at Bankrate, a US-based financial services firm that provides personal finance advice.
Sarah Drumm is a freelance journalist covering small businesses, start-ups, and new consumer brands. She is a contributor to Canvas8 and published a report on the popularity of direct-to-consumer brand communities for Thingtesting.
Price rises and tax increases have created a gloomy economic picture for Britons who are only just starting to feel the crippling impact of the increased costs of living. Now, they are on the hunt for ways to save money and brands that can help them score a much-needed bargain.
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