Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
SoulCycle’s new CEO looks to mend the company’s culture and compete with at-home fitness rivals like Peloton
David Ross remembers unclipping his foot from a SoulCycle bike in March 2020. The pandemic was about to shut down indoor exercise studios. He finished the class and realized he didn’t know when he would be back again. For Ross, that was a scary thought.
Collective Wellness Group buys XTEND Barre brand rights to drive Australian growth – Australasian Leisure Management
Leading health and fitness franchise management company, Collective Wellness Group (CWG) has acquired the rights to further develop and control the XTEND Barre brand in Australia and New Zealand, significantly increasing its investment in the brand’s continued long-term growth.
Business O ne Direction singer Niall Horan has bought a minority stake in Irish-based “athleisure” brand Gym+Coffee, which opened its first UK store inside Westfield in October and is now planning further expansion around the UK.
If you’ve read my previous Forbes articles, or what I posted on LinkedIn before I joined the Forbes network, you know I’m on a mission: to get as many organizations as possible to use this terrible crisis to fundamentally change how we work.
Lo Bosworth hated being on TV. That’s right: Every single time you saw Bosworth in her eight years on Laguna Beach and The Hills, she fervently wished she were someplace else. The time she had to confront Audrina Patridge in a guest house about how she wasn’t pulling her weight in their friendship?
Getty Images Love it or hate it, fragrance can be found everywhere in the beauty space, from skincare to perfume. But while it provides a pleasant sensorial experience, fragrance has also been demonized as a sensitizing ingredient that can trigger irritation.
Plant-based brands Oatly and Beyond Meat have made TIME Magazine ‘s first-ever ‘100 Most Influential Companies in the World’ list. Both companies made the inaugural list under the ‘Pioneers’ category. They feature alongside brands such as dating app Bumble and Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty clothing line.