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Near-Term Prospects Look Bleak for WW International, but Emphasizing Core Assets Is a Positive Step

Sean Dunlop Equity Analyst

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| Sean Dunlop |

After working to reposition itself as a wellness brand, shedding its "Weight Watchers" moniker, adding a variety of auxiliary functionalities (sleep tracking, meditation, social media, and fitness) through its mobile application over the past couple of years, WW International has elected to re-emphasize its core weight loss focus, a move that strikes us as strategically cogent. As the firm winds down its noncore Kurbo, Digital 360, and in-app rewards offerings, we foresee a modest turnaround in results, though our forecasts do not expect sales to return to the levels of the mid-2010s.

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WW International (Weight Watchers rebranded) is one of the largest global providers of weight loss solutions, generating $1.2 billion in 2021 revenues (good for low-single-digit percentage market share, by most estimates). The firm has expanded its purview beyond its historical dietary focus, now offering an integrated wellness solution that extends into sleep tracking, fitness, mental health, and nutrition services through its mobile application ecosystem. The company also maintains a small ($45 million) health solutions segment, through which access to the firm's myWW+ platform is provided to employees of small- and medium-business clients in the U.S.

675 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor
New York, NY, 10010
T +1 212 589-2700
Industry Personal Services
Most Recent Earnings Jun 30, 2022
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2022
Stock Type Slow Growth
Employees 7,700

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