Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | December 22nd, 2022
Fountain Life, a preventative health and longevity company has announced it has secured $15 million in funding from Eos Venture Partners, a leading InsurTech investor, and Newcross Healthcare, experts in healthcare including treatment and care at home, based in the United Kingdom. Longevity.Technology: Fountain Life’s ethos is centred around transforming global healthcare from reactive to proactive.
Health and wellness trends went viral on social media platform TikTok in 2022. From hashtags causing medical supply chain malfunctions, to #Guttok teaching users how to improve their gut health, all eyes have been on the health industry’s response to its growing social media popularity this year.
You heard it here first. After being blighted with Covid, our physical (and mental) health has been hugely impacted, which is exactly why our wellness regimes are more important than ever.
Personalised running coach app Runna has raised £1.9m in a funding round that included participation from Olympic athletes and reality TV stars. Runna provides custom running programmes to users with various skill sets. There are options for complete beginners up to those training for a marathon.
A survey of 16,000 adults in 15 countries by the global intelligence company Morning Consult found that Asia is home to the highest percentage of people who said they’ll “never travel” again.
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Mangomint recently surpassed 200K monthly appointments across more than 1,000 locations in Canada and the U.S., spurred by user growth during the pandemic.