June 30, 2020
Exercise apparel company lululemon athletica announced yesterday that it will be acquiring Mirror, an in-home fitness-content-streaming platform, for $500 million in a deal slated to close at the end of the second fiscal quarter.
lululemon said in its announcement that Mirror will continue to operate as a standalone company underneath its new parent. Launched in 2018, Mirror had raised roughly $...
June 17, 2020
Hydrow, maker of a connected rowing exercise machine for consumers, has announced $25 million in new investments, bringing the company's total capital raise to $52 million. L Catterton led the raise, which also included support from prior backers such as Rx3 Ventures.
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Launched last spring, Hydrow’s consumer device delivers an in-home rowing workout supported by live or on-demand...
July 22, 2019
The at-home exercise tech space has a new member as Pivot, service offering consumers recorded and live workouts that are tracked via sensor, has stepped out of stealth mode to unveil its launch later this year. The announcement coincides with that of a $17 million Series A funding round led by DCM, with additional participation from Bling Capital, Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, Signal Fire and...
July 15, 2019
Echelon Fitness Multimedia, maker of Echelon Fit connected spin bikes and on-demand digital workouts, has received an infusion of growth capital from North Castle Partners. The companies declined to specify the size of this investment, but told MobiHealthNews that it brings Echelon’s business to a total value of $100 million.
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On the surface, Echelon Fit — a standalone entity launched...
June 18, 2019
This morning, consumer tech retailer Best Buy announced that it has expanded its arsenal of connected fitness products for consumers.
Ranging from in-home exercise systems with live classes to smart exercise recovery devices, the new offerings are now available through the retailer’s online storefront, and will also be found in dedicated fitness spaces coming to more than 100 stores before the...
May 15, 2019
Hydrow, maker of a connected rowing exercise product for consumers, has added an additional $7 million to a $20 million Series A round led by L Catterton announced back in February. The add-on funding came from Rx3 Ventures, Wheelhouse, The Raptor Group and The Yard Ventures.
In addition, the digital fitness company said in its announcement that has begun shipping its product to 1,000 Indiegogo...