Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
As a 14-year-old, Ben Pasternak built an app that became the top trending app in Apple’s App Store. By 15, he had dropped out of high school, moved to New York City, and started a social networking app that was later acquired.
Research from property experts at Colliers International suggests people are increasingly willing to pay more in rent or mortgage to live near their favourite gym. The study of 3,000 people in the UK found that 72 per cent of those asked responded positively to this hypothetical situation, while 29 per cent said they’d be prepared to pay more in membership fees for a rooftop gym.
In a special Secrets of Wealthy Women podcast, host Veronica Dagher speaks with a panel of women entrepreneurs about delegating tasks and staying motivated in the wellness industry.
LONDON – Neom, the British wellness brand built around essential oils and natural ingredients, is breaking into the skin-care market with products aimed at stressed-out skin, and plans to expand in the U.S. in September. Cofounder and creative director Nicola Elliott started Neom 14 years ago after calling time on a magazine career at U.K.
Life The UK’s first no and low alcohol pub could pave the way for a new kind of Big Night Out. Millennials are swapping boozy nights out for cosy nights in with Netflix, according to a recent study.
JD Sports Store in Liverpool | Source: Shutterstock By Reuters July 3, 2019 10:20 MANCHESTER, United Kingdom – JD Sports, Britain’s biggest sportswear retailer, bucked retail sector gloom yet again, as it predicted full-year profit would meet expectations on strong sales from new stores and growing demand for gym wear by trendy youngsters.
Beauty and Wellness Briefing: Women’s sex, wellness and health companies continue to run into marketing restrictions – Glossy
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Imagine you could pick up lipstick, groceries, some collagen capsules, and the fancy skincare products you use all in one spot. You can do that on the internet, sure, but right now there isn’t a store that totally fits the bill. Amazon (surprise!) wants to provide that destination, via Whole Foods.