2019 Global Wellness Summit
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) is an invitation-only international gathering that brings together leaders and visionaries to positively impact and shape the future of the dynamic $4.2 trillion global wellness economy. At each annual Summit, delegates are challenged to look at the way business is done and to create new, collaborative models for the future. We accomplish this by establishing a high-level dialogue among the decision-makers in attendance and by giving delegates the first look at the future of evidence-based wellness and the latest innovations in the industry.
The 2019 Global Wellness Summit will take place October 15-17 at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Registration opened November 1, 2018. Click HERE to begin the registration process.
Discover the insights and topics discussed during the 2018 Global Wellness Summit, which took place October 6-8 at the Technogym Village in Cesena, Italy, at this link.
– “Shark Tank of Wellness” Student Competition Now Open: Global Wellness Summit Offers Unique Opportunity for Wellness Entrepreneurs to Pitch Innovations. (English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese)
– Mandarin and Japanese translation will be provided for the 2019 Summit
Spirit of the Summit
The spirit of the GWS is one of shared purpose rather than individual gain, using the power of ideas to shape the future of the industry and bring together top-level decision makers from around the world. This ensures that we exchange ideas, debate, and strategize for the good of our industry, the consumers we serve and the planet we share.
Format and Agenda
Each Summit agenda features high-profile speakers and addresses the timeliest issues, ensuring that the GWS offers the vibrancy and relevancy that has become its trademark. Each candidate’s expertise, interests and areas of concern are taken into consideration, along with global events and industry trends, to create the final Summit agenda.
Every effort is made to ensure that those attending the annual GWS are leaders and decision-makers from a variety of arenas. Delegates must have senior executive titles such as CEO, president, chairman, divisional SVP, and owner, or be recognized as distinguished leaders in their fields. Company size, yearly sales, number of employees, and length of time in business are also taken into consideration.