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Jun

THE WELLNESS REVOLUTION: Intel & Inspiration from 92Y’s Panel Discussion with Well+Good CEO Alexia Brue

Posted by: Malisa Meresman in: Consumer Lifestyle -

We recently had the opportunity to attend The Wellness Revolution, a curated conversation at 92nd Street Y with three trailblazing women at the center of it all. Renowned writer and chef Candice Kumai, Inspiralized founder Ali Maffucci and F-Factor diet creator Tanya Zuckerbrot sat down with Alexia Brue of Well+Good to discuss the latest industry intel and share their tips for getting started down the life-changing path of wellness.

Alternative yesterday, mainstream today
The wellness sector is undoubtedly booming, and it’s impressive just how strongly (and how quickly) this revolution has taken hold. One of the key themes of the panel discussion focused on the origins of today’s leading wellness trends. Practices that were considered “alternative” and “niche” in the past are today quite mainstream. All the panelists noted that many concepts that are now trending in wellness aren’t necessarily new and original. What is new is how today’s wellness innovators, entrepreneurs and experts are applying existing research and science and evolving traditional practices, as well as how consumers today are educating themselves and seeking wellness solutions that fit their lifestyles.

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23
Dec

Our Favorite Moments from 2016

Posted by: Cody Sanger in: Consumer Lifestyle -

14063296_1077104565739373_1756778891_nAs 2016 comes to a close, it’s the time to look back on the things that made us smile, made us proud or simply made us remember why we love what we do…

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19
Oct

How Luxury Brands Can Engage the Millennial Market

Posted by: Cody Sanger in: Consumer Lifestyle -

pexels-photo-196666With an estimated annual spending power of $200 billion, millennials represent a lucrative future for consumer brands. However, this demographic doesn’t appear interested in acquiring the status symbols of their parents or grandparents: the house, car, watch or designer handbag. Generally, millennials value time over money, experiences over things; in one survey, 78 percent of this group chose to spend on a life experience or event rather than a tangible item. That said, the future is far from dim for luxury brands.

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