With a 2019 theme of “Shaping the Business of Wellness: Asia,” experts will decode how Asia will rewrite the global travel market

The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $4.2 trillion global wellness economy, announces its 2019 theme, “Shaping the Business of Wellness: Asia.” The agenda will focus on emerging business and investment trends across all global wellness markets, with attendees hearing from high-profile industry experts on where wellness is headed. Read the Press Release. 

And because you can’t understand the “future of wellness” without understanding its fastest-growing market, Asia, the conference will put a powerful spotlight on the region’s explosive wellness markets and the new leaders driving the growth and innovation in the region, while also analyzing the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Asia’s diverse markets—from Japan to China.

The GWS also announced a key conference topic: the future of tourism, hospitality and wellness travel, with a keen focus on how Asia will rewrite the travel market as we know it– and Asia’s outsized role in that future.

Keynotes addressing these topics include Miwako Date, president/CEO Mori Trust; Graham Earnshaw, publisher, China Economic Review; Neil Jacobs, CEO, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas; Chavalit Frederick Tsao, chairman, IMC Pan Asia Alliance Group and founder, Octave; and Mei Zhang, founder, WildChina.