Behavioral Health Business October 14, 2021
Kyle Coward

Less than two months after announcing the deal, Ginger and Headspace have now officially merged to create a company valued at more than $3 billion.

The newly-combined Headspace Health brings together Ginger’s therapy, counseling and coaching services with Headspace’s mindfulness and meditation offerings.

The company will serve more than 100 million customers and over 2,700 enterprise clients including Starbucks, Adobe, Delta Air Lines and ViacomCBS.

“The thesis going in was that we had a great culture fit and are very mission-aligned, and, so far, it’s played out,” Russ Glass — Ginger’s former CEO, who is the new CEO of Headspace Health — told Fierce Healthcare. “We are excited to start to bring the promise of the two companies together.”


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