Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | December 8th, 2022
For the latest intel on what’s new and next for our well-being, we went straight to the source: These leading experts, innovators, and entrepreneurs not only have their fingers on the pulse of the health and wellness industry, their work is actively changing what it means to live well.
The Biggest Wellness Travel Trends of 2023, From Sound Baths in the Maldives to Recovery Lounges in Napa Valley
The destinations, resorts, and retreats that will help reboot mind and body in 2023. Save this for later. Save this for later. Going on vacation used to be an excuse to leave our diet and workout routines at home. These days, we plan trips rooted in relaxation, but also self-improvement and wellbeing.
Global luxury travel is leaning more toward conscious tourism, wellness and meaningful human connections, according to a report released on Dec. 6 at the International Luxury Travel Market trade show in Cannes, France.
Read the article on Bloomberg >
Apoorva Mehta, a co-founder of Instacart Inc., is working on his next act after saying earlier this year that he would step down as executive chairman from the startup he built into a grocery delivery giant once it goes public.
Oura for Business was launched yesterday with the promise of bringing its sleep insights into all corners of industry: corporations, higher education, athletics and the military.
Read the article on Fierce Healthcare >
Wattbike, a Nottingham, UK-based exercise equipment manufacturer, raised £3.25M through an asset-based lending facility. Praetura Commercial Finance provided the financial resources. The company intends to use the funds to further accelerate growth in the USA, Japan, Australia and Southeast Asia, and invest in its digital offering.