Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | November 7th, 2023
Members continue to return to gyms and studios in the U.S. and abroad, according to the 2023 IHRSA Global Report.
Tech bros like Bryan Johnson are spending millions to shoot for immortality. These women are besting them in the longevity game-but don’t call them ‘biohackers’
“This stuff has to just kind of be like brushing your teeth,” says one woman whose relatively simple health regime put her ahead of famous biohacker Bryan Johnson.
Despite being more connected than ever, we’re feeling more alone.
Sigrid Therapeutics Secures $4 Million in Oversubscribed Funding Round to Tap Into Booming Obesity and Diabetes Market
PRNewswire/ — Sigrid Therapeutics successfully secured $4 million in an oversubscribed funding round. The investment, made by both existing and new…
The connected fitness company’s Q1 sales were higher than expected, but so were losses. Peloton has been working hard to boost revenue with new high-profile partnerships and the expected relaunch of its Tread+, but success remains uncertain as it continues to lose members and fails to make money off the ones it has,
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Barcelona-based sportstech Lapso Studios snaps €1.5 million to speed up expansion in the rest of Spain
Its boutique studio concept combines a high-intensity workout on the bike with dance, strength, resistance, upper body exercises with dumbbells, and coaching. The workout is made up of twelve songs
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