Restore is planning to open 500 locations by the end of 2024 as the boutique wellness market rapidly expands
Restore Hyper Wellness, a proactive health and wellness service, is hosting storeRe, its annual conference this week, from September 11 to September 13. The event, held in Austin, Texas, includes a keynote speech by Oura CEO Tom Hale, as well as presentations from Restore’s chief medical officer Dr. Rich Joseph, its chief scientific officer Dr. Rachele Pojednic and chief product and technology officer Jeremy Landis.
StoreRE also includes participation from Restore executives, science and medical leadership team members, studio owners, corporate partners, and health and wellness entrepreneurs and experts.
As the health and wellness industry continues to boom, Restore Hyper Wellness and its 225 studios have taken a leading role in providing consumers with expert guidance and modalities such as IV drips and cryotherapy so they enjoy maximum well-being.
By creating a new category – “hyper wellness” – the company also provides wellness enthusiasts with intramuscular (IM) shots, mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, whole body and localized cryotherapy, infrared sauna, red light therapy, compression, HydraFacial, Circadia and Cryoskin.
Restore continues to rapidly scale, preparing to open 500 locations by the end of the year and make its brand globally accessible.
The conference includes a welcome address from Steve Welch, Restore interim CEO and co-founder, and the first-ever announcement of Restore’s storeRe Technology Award, which will recognize the most innovative technology presented at the event.
“StoreRe is the forum where every member of our proactive health and wellness community—from our studio owners, to our corporate partners, health professionals and entrepreneurs—can find the information, best practices and partnerships vital to business success,” Welch said. “Together, in 2023 and beyond, we’re achieving our mission of expanding the limits of personal health and performance, to help people do more of what they love through personalized, science-backed therapies.”
Breakout sessions will provide conference attendees with business strategies such as leveraging partnerships, solutions to improve studio operations and ways to boost leads and member retention.
“Our mission starts with providing every Restore client with the information and therapies, enabling them to be proactive about not only protecting, but advancing their health,” Dr. Joseph said. “StoreRe is a valuable opportunity for our entire system to come together and reflect, discuss innovation, and demo new technologies and products so that we can continue to improve the client experience and results at Restore.”
At the end of 2021, Restore secured a $140 million investment led by General Atlantic to accelerate growth and innovation. In August, the wellness company opened two new studios in League City, Texas and Nashua, New Hampshire.
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