Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy
Global Wellness News™ | July 18th, 2023
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.
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.
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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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 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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