Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Hello BoF Professionals, welcome to our latest members-only briefing: The Week Ahead. Think of it as your ‘cheat sheet’ to what everyone will be talking about on Monday. THE CHEAT SHEET Activewear-as-Fashion Forcing Change at Nike and VF Corp. Nike City Ready women’s line launches in early September VF Corp.
Colin Nagy, head of strategy at Fred & Farid, a global advertising agency, writes this opinion column for Skift on hospitality, innovation, and business travel. “On Experience” dissects customer-centric experiences and innovation across hospitality, aviation, and beyond. You can read all of his columns here. Wellness is a hot topic in hospitality right now.
Amanda Chantal Bacon burst into the wellness industry early on and founded her company, Moon Juice, in 2011. The company claims that Moon Juice “a healing force, an etheric potion, a cosmic beacon for those seeking out beauty, wellness and longevity” and helps people live a “holistic lifestyle.”
Whether you work at a startup with kombucha on tap, somewhere super corporate, or have a flex-schedule that allows you to work from home, chances are you’re in pretty constant communication with your boss and colleagues. A decade ago, workplaces might have relied solely on email or (gasp!)
A quick sweat sesh after leaving the office? Sure, gotta work off that big lunch anyway. A private fitness spot? Well, yeah, it would be nice to exercise without feeling self-conscious about that muffin top stuffed awkwardly into uncool athletic gear. But… a gym in a box?
Tech-Foward Wellness App Urban Massage Secures More Than £2.6 Million Through Seedrs Funding Round | Crowdfund Insider
Urban Massage, a UK-based wellness app that books on-demand massage at home, has successfully secured more than £2.6 million through its equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The funding round recently launched, seeking a minimum of £2.5 million and has so far attracted nearly 400 investors.