Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
The new CEO of the lifestyle website and e-commerce company Goop is a polarizing figure-and she’s fine with that. Gwyneth Paltrow has been called a quack, a genius, and the Martha Stewart of today’s health conscious generation. The Academy Award-winning actress and entrepreneur was recently promoted from Creative Director to CEO of the company she founded back in 2008.
“Why not try that again with a set of samurai swords or maybe some daggers?” asks Russell Bateman. He is observing intently from the side of a studio in South Kensington as a model called Chloe…
SoulCycle’s boutique fitness fairy tale is well-known by now: What began in 2006 as a candlelit class in an unmarked space on New York City’s Upper West Side has since exploded into an 85 (and counting) studio empire in cities across the country, soon expanding to its first international location in London.
In the future, your panties might help you achieve stronger orgasms while your bra pinpoints the best way to sweat out a hangover. Right now, the wearable industry is undergoing a transformation, and women are at the crux of this shift. The wearable tech industry is facing a sort of midlife crisis.
Soon, instead of getting recipe kits for teriyaki chicken or pan-fried pork, sent to your door, you simply pick them up from a shop on your way home. “HelloFresh Go was developed as a direct response to our customer’s feedback that they would like the flexibility of being able to pick up our recipe kits on their way home or as part of their weekly shop,” said Drake.
On Sunday morning, two teenage girls were barred from boarding a United Airlines flight because they were wearing leggings, sparking a social media firestorm. But it was just the latest flashpoint in a much larger American war over leggings.
What’s your business background? My background is nothing to do with the fitness and leisure sector. I started out in advertising. I began my career in New York in 1990, when I was 19, and worked my way up through a few different ad agencies in client account services.