Following a year of unprecedented turbulence, which saw schools closed, social contact with friends and family restricted and time outside severely limited, gohenry took an in-depth look at how this impacted young people’s finances.
The Youth Economy Survey, which provides unique insight into the financial habits of 400,000 British children, revealed exactly how the pandemic had influenced spending and saving behaviours.
To mark the launch, THREESIXTY secured a feature-length article in The Times with case study Mala’chai Palmer, who used the gohenry app to save £2 a week to save for a trip to Disneyland Paris.
Coverage of the survey results also appeared in titles including Mail Online, The Mail on Sunday and Daily Star. Broadcast was secured with BBC, London Live TV, Fun Kids Radio and Jazz FM.