Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Chip Wilson is his own employee of the month. Right there on his website, you can see a portrait of his smiling face, set within a cheap wooden frame and festooned with a gold star bearing the accolade.
By BoF Team February 9, 2019 05:20 LONDON, United Kingdom – Having just opened her first London store in September 2018, Oscar-winning actress turned chief executive, Gwyneth Paltrow, sat down with Imran Amed to discuss all things Goop. From products and media to advertising, partnerships and events, Goop is certainly multi-faceted.
In recent years there have been a number of attempts to bring the fitness club, gym, studio or personal trainer experience into the home. I recently wrote here at Forbes about Mirror, a flat screen interactive device that brings the gym experience home and packs in a lot of cool features.
Tyrrells founder Will Chase is launching a hemp-based kombucha as he ramps up new gut-health venture Willy’s ACV. The brand made its debut 18 months ago with an unpasteurised cider vinegar available in a 50ml shot (rsp: £2.50) or 500ml bottle (rsp: £6.95).
We’re increasingly confronted with evidence of how harsh the world is today. Americans say our society feels more divisive now, and daily anxiety is rising, especially among young Americans. Faced with these external pressures, more of us are looking inward toward our spiritual, physical and mental health and well-being.
InterContinental Hotels Group’s acquisition of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas gives it a lot more than a new luxury brand. The purchase puts IHG squarely in the lead among mainstream hotel companies looking to capitalize on the booming demand for authentic and sustainable wellness travel.
Getting fit takes commitment but even the most dedicated of gym-goers can run short of time. Late nights in the office eat into your workout, and slogging on the Central line to a HIIT class feels inefficient when it’s the other side of town.
Kellogg has partnered with Accenture and Qualcomm Technologies to develop a solution that embeds eye-tracking technology in a mobile virtual reality (VR) headset to determine the best way to stock shelves for retailers. The Accenture Extended Reality (XR) practice developed the VR merchandising solution using a Qualcomm VR reference design headset.