Dear Global Wellness Institute Colleague,
As we come out of the pandemic, people around the world are talking about wellness, but that doesn’t mean they understand the space, its future, or the impact change will have on their businesses and organizations. This is where accurate information becomes crucial and where being in the know makes all the difference. It is why the GWI is devoted to science and evidence and why that matters more now than ever before.
Today, GWI’s sister organization, the Global Wellness Summit, announced the 2021 Summit has pivoted and will take place in Boston, Massachusetts, from November 30 through December 3, at the five-star Encore Boston Harbor—a Wynn Resort. Originally scheduled for Israel in 2021, the 2022 Summit will now be held in Tel Aviv in the fall of next year.
At the Summit, which is the most prestigious conference on the business of wellness, delegates will experience three days of expert keynotes and panels focused on a new era of wellness that will be defined by unprecedented intersections between health and wellness.
The GWI’s research team will also release new research at the Summit, a highly anticipated report on “The Global Wellness Economy: Looking Beyond COVID, “ which will include an update on the size of the global wellness economy and each of its key sectors. (This means all new numbers for the GWI “bubble chart.”)
Boston, known as a “brainpower city” and home to a renowned health and wellness ecosystem, is the ideal place to explore how our industry is being rethought. I invite you to join us and be in the know.
You can read the full GWS press release here and learn more at this link.
CHAIR & CEO