Welltodo Today: Is Smaller Funding Better?, ClassPass Chases Corporate, Fitbit Sells to Google


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

Why smaller investment rounds are better for beauty and wellness – Glossy

There has been talk that smaller funding rounds are due to investors being more cautious with their dollars in case of a 2020 recession. While this is no doubt a factor, it likely has more to do with the fierce competition among investors and brands in these categories, as well as the seemingly overpriced valuations of the moment.

Google Counts on Fitbit to Make Imprint in Health Market

Behind Google’s $2.1 billion deal for wearables maker Fitbit Inc. is the search giant’s dream to become a major player in health data after a failed attempt to establish a foothold in it years ago.

Is Social Media The Best Place To Get Fitness And Health Advice?

Despite the fact that many people don’t trust social media as a source for news, according to a recent survey from the Cleveland Clinic and Parade magazine 44% of Americans turn to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for health, fitness and diet advice.

ClassPass Turns to Corporate Wellness for Growth

ClassPass’s fitness platform is a corporate benefit at Google, Gatorade, and Etsy.

Asia Pacific Corporate Wellness Market is Expected to Elevate to a Value of US$ 7.4 Bn by 2024

Overview TMR’s report on the Asia Pacific Corporate Wellness Market is an all-important tool for stakeholders in their pursuit to discover avenues for innovation, and further undertake strategic planning for the launch of products and services. Our research report on the Asia Pacific Corporate Wellness Market serves as a valuable guide for stakeholders.


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