We asked over 1,000 women about their associations and attitudes to menopause. While there is much work to be done in changing associations, the report did suggest that attitudes are evolving and there is a group of women leading the way. But how can brands and the media get involved?
In this SuperHuman Women interview, Renée Elliot, Founder of Planet Organic and Beluga Bean shares her journey to creating two successful brands in the wellness space, how she manages her own wellbeing and what she thinks the future will look like for women and wellness.
With an ageing population of people who are living younger lives for longer, health and wellness is a vital cog in brand consumer engagement. And it’s applicable to all brands from finance and automotive to the more intuitive fitness and food industries. Here’s the low down on why wellness is part of brand engagement DNA.
Women recognise and therefore prioritise wellness, especially as they progress past forty. But it’s also a time when they pulled in a million directions resulting in most of their time and energy being focussed on others. But what does this mean for brands?