The first client to sign on was Precor, a Washington-based fitnessequipment company that was acquired by Peloton in early April. In June 2021, an Amazon healthcare executive told attendees at The Wall Street Journal Health Tech Conference that many more employers had signed on and their names would be made public in late summer. Walmart Joins the Telehealth Club, Too.
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Next was health/fitness/nutrition (up 115.8%), followed by home improvement (up 84.8%), and consumer electronics/major appliances (up 70.6%). “The outstanding category … was sporting goods,” Grant said, citing the popularity of home fitnessequipment like dumbbells and stationary bikes in helping the category surge 127%, according to Salesforce data.