Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Today, TRX®, the global leader in functional training products and world-class training content, announced the launch of TRX for Employee Wellbeing. This program expands the TRX footprint into the corporate wellness market allowing companies of all sizes to provide their employees with subsidized membership to the TRX Training Club℠, which includes access to hundreds of virtual fitness classes and a TRX Suspension Trainer™ for each employee at a low monthly fee.
The UK’s fastest-growing meat-alternative brand, Meatless Farm, is launching its first chicken retail product, a plant-based chicken burger, into over 300 Tesco stores nationwide on the 20 September.
Welcome to The Highlight, our column dedicated to amplifying brands created for Women of Color by Women of Color. Growing up, Ketish founder Emaan Abbass was always curious about sex and feminine wellness. But in her Middle Eastern, Muslim household, both topics were considered taboo, as was the idea of premarital sex.
Similarly to what we saw after the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, we are seeing a strengthened interest in public health and wellbeing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. A big part of that has been an increased interest in exercise, especially at-home and virtual exercise resources.
Google Health VP David Feinberg will become the CEO and president of electronic health records company Cerner in October, taking over for current CEO Brent Shafer, Cerner announced on Thursday. Feinberg had previously led Google’s health care initiatives since 2018 in a role that was created when he was hired.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams has been a Nike-sponsored athlete since 2003. But as she developed her latest fashion collection with the activewear giant, she wasn’t content to tap the company’s existing slate of designers. “I have been at Nike for many years and I want to see more people in design that look like me,” she tells Fast Company.