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Industries and Fortune 1000 companies thriving during the global pandemic

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As VPs of sales and sales reps alike are scrambling to salvage the wreckage of their sales pipelines from the past few weeks, we have been asked for more sales intelligence on companies in industries like food and grocery, online delivery, unified communications, alcohol, and pharmaceuticals. We are seeing our clients pivot to industries and companies that are still buying in these challenging times. We created this presentation in attempt to help those who are scrambling and panicking to try to pivot and re-focus on companies that are still thriving. You can download a free copy of a Fortune 1000 list highlighted with all of the companies that are still going strong at www.databahn.com .

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Industries and Fortune 1000 companies thriving during the global pandemic

  1. 1. Thriving Industries & Fortune 1000 Companies April 2020
  2. 2. It’s time to pivot, adjust, and refocus. 2
  3. 3. databahn clients are pivoting to new industries & companies WHICH ONES ARE THEY TARGETING? 3
  4. 4. 5 Thriving Industries 4
  5. 5. 5 PHARMACEUTICALS
  6. 6. “ ” The global pharmaceuticals market will reach $1170 billion in 2021, growing at 5.8%, according to a recent pharma market research report. - Business Research Company 6
  7. 7. Pfizer reaches deal with BioNTech to develop experimental vaccine outside of China. PHARMACEUTICALS 7 Albert Bourla, CEO, Pfizer
  8. 8. Gilead completed $4.9B acquisition of FortySeven, adding acute myeloid leukemia drug to quiver. PHARMACEUTICALS 8 Daniel O'Day, CEO, Gilead
  9. 9. Teva Pharmaceutical donating 6M+ doses of malaria drug. The company is considering additional production of the drug. PHARMACEUTICALS 9 Kåre Schultz, CEO, TEVA
  10. 10. 10 STREAMING
  11. 11. “ ” Time spent on streaming platforms grew by 34 percent over two weeks at the beginning of March, with collective usage going from 116.4 billion minutes the week of March 2 to 156.1 billion 11
  12. 12. Netflix tops streaming charts as customers up demand. Netflix's library and recommendation algorithm provides competitive advantage. STREAMING 12 Reed Hastings, CEO, Netflix
  13. 13. Disney+ sees subscription spike as audiences clamor for content. Number of Disney+ signups tripled compared to same period from prior week. STREAMING 13 Bob Chapek, CEO, Disney
  14. 14. Hulu has seen an 8% increase in search traffic. Hulu took 10% of streaming time for highest amount of minutes spent streaming in march. STREAMING 14 Jason Kilar, CEO, Hulu
  15. 15. 15 GROCERY
  16. 16. “ ” 16 And with self-isolated shoppers flocking to eCommerce to fulfill their shopping needs, we’ve seen a rapid increase in online shopping account registrations of 1,200% and in mobile app downloads of 300% from the previous month. - Sylvain Perrier, President & CEO, Mercatus
  17. 17. Walmart makes run to all- time highs amid market plunge. The retailer, benefiting from Americans stocking up on products. GROCERY 17 Doug McMillon, CEO, Walmart
  18. 18. Kroger experienced 30 percent nationwide surge in sales over March. Sales across physical retail stores and digital channels experienced uplift. GROCERY 18 Rodney McMullen, CEO, Kroger
  19. 19. Amazon's Whole Foods grocery delivery is overwhelmed by demand. GROCERY 19 John Mackey, CEO, WholeFoods
  20. 20. DELIVERY 20
  21. 21. “ ” Although March sales in North America were negatively impacted by the cancellation of large gatherings, including major sporting events, our international and domestic businesses have performed well, as customers and communities rely on us and others in the food delivery industry," - Rob Lynch, CEO, Papa John’s 21
  22. 22. Papa John's same-stores sales are up 5.3% through 3- months ending March 29. International and domestic businesses have performed well. DELIVERY 22 Rob Lynch, CEO, Papa John’s
  23. 23. Grubhub commits $30M to support restaurants. Grubhub collaborating with Verizon Business to deliver meals to healthcare workers. DELIVERY 23 Matt Maloney, CEO, Grubhub
  24. 24. Domino’s estimates sales growth of 1.6%. Global retail sales have risen by 4.4% during same period. DELIVERY 24 Richard E. Allison Jr., CEO, Domino's
  25. 25. UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 25
  26. 26. “ ” These companies [Zoom & Slack] shelled out $45 million collectively in the first quarter of 2020, nearly three times more than any quarter in 2019 - Todd Krizelman, CEO, MediaRadar 26
  27. 27. Zoom has gained 135% through March, which brought millions of users. UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 27 Eric Yuan, CEO, ZOOM
  28. 28. Slack has added 9,000 new paid customers since the beginning of February. UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 28 Stewart Butterfield, CEO, Slack
  29. 29. Skype releases new feature grabbing competitive advantage. UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS 29 Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Overseeing Skype
  30. 30. FOCUS ON WHAT YOU CAN CONTROL. AVOID PANIC. DON’T STOP SELLING. 30
  31. 31. What companies are thriving during these challenging times? Download FREE Fortune 1000 List to see what companies are thriving. 31 Visit: https://www.databahn.com/products/2019-f1000
  32. 32. 844.DATABAHN 844.328.2224 ext. 707 info@databahn.com www.databahn.com Follow us

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