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Peloton’s IPO Shows There May Be Trouble Ahead

Peloton had been sitting on quite a pedestal of late — with its loyal fan base willing to pay a premium price for its bikes and streaming service. But after the less-than-stellar IPO performance and a recent lawsuit, cracks at the company may be starting to appear.

Peloton’s IPO Shows There May Be Trouble Ahead

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The Athleisure Stretch Into the Billion Dollar CBD Market

Athleisure is a growing market, but brands still have to come up with ways to stand out from the pack. However, infusing workout clothes with CBD oil probably isn't the most viable way to attract long-term customers.

The Athleisure Stretch Into the Billion Dollar CBD Market

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Casper Won’t Rest Until It Becomes the ‘Nike of Sleep’

Casper wants to dominate all things sleep, but there are so many companies in the space that the mattress maker will likely struggle to win over the whole category.

Casper Won’t Rest Until It Becomes the ‘Nike of Sleep’

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The Future Is Female When It Comes to Wellness Adventure Travel

Empowerment, connection, and an adrenaline rush are drawing women to women-only wellness trips. The trend appears to have a few years of staying power, but smart marketing could make it last longer.

The Future Is Female When It Comes to Wellness Adventure Travel

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A New Wellness Hotel Gambles on Las Vegas

It’s difficult to say whether a wellness-themed hotel in Las Vegas can really take off. If the current state of the wellness industry is any indicator, the odds are (sort of) good.

A New Wellness Hotel Gambles on Las Vegas

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It’s Good to Be in the Boutique Fitness Business, at Least for Now

The fitness industry is thriving — especially high-end boutique studios. But those will likely be the hardest hit if a recession strikes. If and when that happens, you can expect luxury fitness studios to shutter.

It’s Good to Be in the Boutique Fitness Business, at Least for Now

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Wellness Arrives at the Airport Terminal

The travel industry is trying to offer more wellness-related services, so it’s no surprise that airlines and airports want in. But whether they can really make the flying experience more relaxing is another story.

Wellness Arrives at the Airport Terminal

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New Ways Hotels Are Cashing In on the Sleep Economy

Travelers are thinking more about their sleep habits than ever before. The hospitality industry has taken note and is now trying to find more innovative ways to help guests snooze. But will this push really help drive bookings?

New Ways Hotels Are Cashing In on the Sleep Economy

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Wellness Targets the Nightlife

Millennials and Gen Z don’t want to kill festivals and clubs with their wellness wants, but they do want the event spaces to keep up with the changing times.

Wellness Targets the Nightlife

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The Highs and Lows of a Growing Wellness Beverage Market

A new wave of drinks is coming to market — and aiming to supplant predecessors that have less of a wellness edge.

The Highs and Lows of a Growing Wellness Beverage Market