Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Why SoulCycle’s CEO accepted the job on the heels of a company controversy: ‘I’m not afraid of a challenge’
This story is part of the Behind the Desk series, where CNBC Make It gets personal with successful business executives to find out everything from how they got to where they are to what makes them get out of bed in the morning to their daily routines.
An Israeli start-up has launched a 3D printed plant-based meat, making whole “cuts” of the vegan product available for the first time in restaurants in Europe and Israel. Redefine Meat, which produced its first 3D printed plant-based steak in 2018, can “print” 10kg of plant based meat an hour.
Hydrow founder Bruce Smith insists his celebrity-endorsed fitness platform is for people who don’t like exercise – because it’s so efficient (and you feel like you’re on the water). As he jets into London to launch a pop-up in Selfridges, Katie Strick meets him
Whether you are exercising at home, at work, or in a gym, your fitness routine is about more than just those muscle gains. Perhaps you regularly take a 30-minute yoga class at lunchtime for some much-need midday headspace, or you always go for a 6pm walk with your partner to catch up on the day.
After a three-year legal battle, sexual wellness startup Dame will be able to advertise in the New York subway system for the first time, with the brand planning its largest media buy ever, extending throughout the five boroughs.
Casper Sleep, the trendy mattress-in-a-box company, is being taken private barely two years after its splashy public debut.