Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Most companies would kill for Peloton’s level of user buy-in. The company’s cycling and treadmill products have built an almost cult-like mystique around the connected fitness platform. It’s a level of devotion that had seemingly only grown during the pandemic, in spite of setbacks, including shipp…
Growing up around a surplus of farmland is one of the many reasons why Jess Turner always felt called to the pathway of herbalism. Her childhood was filled with gathering flowers, tracing tiny streams by her grandparents’ home in Maryland, and starting her own vegetable garden in her backyard.
Fill out the form to download a preview of this report. The full report is available through the PitchBook Platform. Fast foodtech: Dealmaking speeds along as sustainability, digitization drive VC interest The foodtech industry continued its unrelenting pace of growth in Q3, with $10.1 billion in venture capital invested bringing the year’s total to $28.8 billion-already up 85% over 2020.
Telemedicine has taken the human world by storm, and Joe Spector thinks the next frontier is pets. Spector is the founder and CEO of Dutch, which offers telehealth services for pet owners – connecting them with veterinarians virtually.
The 2021 edition of Ikea’s Life at Home report reveals how our homes have impacted our mental wellbeing during Covid lockdowns. Surveying more than 34,000 people around the world, the report offers valuable insights into how the pandemic has influenced what consumers want from their homes.
Moor Insights & Strategy Reviewer Zane Pickett dives in on how In-home fitness has been increasing in popularity, and it saw an even quicker rise during the pandemic when people felt pressured to stay home to stay safe. Today, Zane gives his thoughts on Therabody’s RecoveryAir Compression Therapy.