Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
This week Joe Wicks has cemented himself as the absolute God of fitness in the UK, with his PE with Joe YouTube series raking in millions of views in a short number of days, bringing welcome respite amid the anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a webinar hosted by Rabobank yesterday, analysts at the multinational banking and financial services company offered an overview of the macro impacts of COVID-19 on the food and beverage industry. Covering packaged food and beverage brands, foodservice, produce, supply chain and packaging, the analysts offered insights for startups as they seek to prepare both short and long term business strategies in the wake of the pandemic.
Boutique workout studios, fast-casual healthy eateries, and holistic wellness hubs throughout the country have closed their doors for the foreseeable future-and that makes sense: With more than 85,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States alone as of Friday afternoon, social distancing and sheltering in place has rightfully become priority-number-one.
Yoga looks different this week. Studios are empty, music is off, and instructors are often demonstrating forms with a couch on one side of them, a TV on another, and a laptop pointed at them from across the room.
The coronavirus pandemic has created massive impetus for automotive manufacturers to push forward on their health, wellness and well-being (HWW) agendas. If the previous decade was all about going ‘green’, the next decade will be about keeping drivers and passengers in the ‘pink’ of health.
In any economic scenario, there are winners – and already, sexual wellness companies are coming on top. Amid the public health crisis, customers are either finding themselves in closer proximity to their partners or in total isolation. It’s allowed sexual wellness products to take on a bigger role in the self-care space.