Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
In June of 2020, amidst the Black Lives Matter resurgence after George Floyd’s murder at the hands of the police, my friend, a Black woman, sent me voice note. “I need you to take care of your body so you can protect mine,” she said.
The rise of the wellness industry shows no signs of slowing. It is now worth 1.3 trillion dollars globally, according to a report by McKinsey, and it’s a sector growing by up to 10 per cent a year.
Deena Shakir , partner at VC firm Lux Capital , spends a lot of time thinking about the future of fertility. Lux Capital, which specializes in early-stage investments in science and technology, has led funding rounds for multiple fertility and related startups in recent years.
The extended disruptions to the global supply chain have created shortages in everything from groceries to home furnishings to toys. Peloton’s bikes and treadmills are no different. While White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently joked in a press briefing about the “tragedy of the treadmill that’s delayed,” supply chain snags on top of the massive uptick in demand during the pandemic have been a major issue for Peloton.
Top 20 International Markets for Wellness Real Estate The GWI’s new research report on the wellness real estate market shows powerful global growth in three short years: expanding from $148 billion in 2017 to $275 billion in 2020. But what are the top twenty national real estate markets and what kind of growth have they seen?
London’s number one boutique fitness brand, 1Rebel, today launches its first ever personal training Labs studio in the popular Holborn space. The brand-new training studio will let over 60 world-class 1Rebel instructors interact personally with Rebels one-on-one, offering a truly personalised fitness experience – a first in London’s boutique gym scene.