Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy

Global Wellness News™ | July 18th, 2023

Third time’s a charm: Chinese fitness firm fit to list in Hong Kong

Beijing-based Keep, which attempted to list twice in Hong Kong last year, has raised US$40 million from the sale of 10.84 million shares on its third attempt.

Technogym Pushes Exercise as Medicine

The Italy-based fitness equipment manufacturer is doubling down on wellness and reaffirming its fitness solutions as a lifeline for preventative healthcare and ailing populations.

Can Tracking Your Moods Make You Happier?

The tech giant is pushing into mental health with an emotion gauge for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.

Zurich-based BODDY secures €2 million to provide more travellers
with fitness and wellness experiences

BODDY lets travelers digitally search, compare, book and pay for wellness experience around
the world, giving fitness & wellness operators visibility with a global audience
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Alma Health closes Series A round at $10 million

UAE-based healthtech startup Alma Health has raised a $10 million Series A funding round co-led by Knuru Capital and Hambro Perks Oryx…

UK femtech Daye launches virtual clinic for period pain | TechCrunch

UK femtech Daye has a new string to its bow: It’s opened what it’s billing as the world’s first ever virtual period pain clinic.

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