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Huel, an edgy food nutrition start-up, going global advocate, puts itself on the IPO dinner table

Huel is an acronym for HUman FuEL. The company sells powder based meal replacements diluted with water. The ingredients are 100% vegan and include oats, pea, rice, flaxseed, coconut, and sunflower. It’s a brand for active and wealthy millennials, a target group similar to Peleton or even Go-Pro. Like the latter, it has a similar …

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Wattbike, favoured workhorse of the All Blacks, aims for global presence

Wattbike creates bikes for indoor cycling, a pastime that soared during the Covid pandemic. The business was founded in 2007 by a former rowing champion in collaboration with British cycling. Its USP is technology, the Wattbike hub app allows riders to collect data for training and performance improvement. The software is agnostic, allowing friends to …

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Is Peleton pedalling fast enough on exports to boost its share price?

It’s a brand that has yet reach its 10th birthday but has revenue over $1.8b. No mean achievement especially in a niche category: high end exercise bikes and treadmills. Peleton’s bikes sell for between $1900 and $4300, it has 5.4m members, and sells monthly memberships between $13 and $39. Peleton, listed on the Nasdaq, was …

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