When 650 wellness experts from 50 nations gather to debate the future of wellness, it is hard to debate that wellness is indeed a booming industry and will be so in years to come. With depression and anxiety becoming greater teenage problems than drugs in the US, a uniquely informed and global view of trends in the wellness industry is called for.
That’s what will be at the heart of Global Wellness Summit (GWS) to be held in Hong Kong in August 2019. It aims to bring together leaders from the medical, travel, spa, beauty, fitness, nutrition, technology, financial and architecture worlds to debate where wellness is headed.
Good Housekeeping’s wellness trends report 2019 pegs the wellness industry at a massive USD 4.2 trillion globally.