Welltodo Today: Peloton Eyes Commercial Market For Growth, Mirror CEO Steps Down, Innovative Wellness Designs

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

The most innovative wellness design of 2021

See all the honorees of Fast Company’s 2021 Innovation by Design Awards in the Wellness category.

Lululemon says Mirror CEO stepping down as fitness company searches for successor

Brynn Putnam is stepping down as chief executive of connected fitness company Mirror, which is owned by Lululemon, CNBC has learned. Putnam, a former professional ballet dancer, founded Mirror in 2016. She will continue to work as an advisor to Mirror until next July, while the company searches for her successor, Lululemon Chief Executive Calvin McDonald said in a memo to employees that was obtained by CNBC.

Huel finds healthy balance in building a global brand

Huel opened its first US office in Los Angeles around the same time that James McMaster became chief executive in 2017. The company, which makes healthy meal replacement shakes and bars, had also recently expanded into Germany and ended up running out of stock within a month.

A Third Of People Are ‘Mostly Vegetarian’, Industry Report Finds

Plant-based food is claiming space on supermarket shelves like never before, a new report has found, with a growing number of people favoring vegan and vegetarian food. The Good Food Institute, an international non-profit, just released its 2020 State of the Industry Report: Plant-Based Meat, Eggs, and Dairy.

How gyms and studios can be more inclusive

Inclusion leaders in the fitness industry share what works.

Peloton looks to commercial customers like hotel chains for new growth

Peloton is looking beyond the home for its next stage of growth. The company announced Monday it has created a single platform from which hospitality industry customers can buy both its connected fitness equipment and Precor products online. After leveraging demand from consumers forced inside by the coronavirus pandemic, Peloton aims to capitalize on a reopening economy.

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