The Bank of England says that consumers have built up around £180 billion in additional savings during the pandemic. At the moment, most of that is sitting in current accounts and short-term savings. The big question as lockdown restrictions ease is whether people are going to want to hang onto those savings, or if we're facing a "spend, spend, spend" mini-boom. Savings and investments films will be going head-to-head against holidays and home improvements in the battle to capture a share of that £180 billion. In this interactive session, we will focus on consumer well-being, looking at which consumer groups are prospering and which ones are still struggling, and how people's priorities have shifted over the course of the pandemic.