Understand How You Can Benefit From the Thriving Global Wellness Economy With New Global Wellness Institute Research

The sister company to the Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the nonprofit Global Wellness Institute (GWI) will release at the 17th annual GWS in Miami, Flordia, US this November a new edition of its highly anticipated research series, the Global Wellness Economy Monitor. This report will share data on how each wellness sector is faring post-pandemic, along with predictions for where each sector is headed in the next five years.

GWI is the authoritative source for research on the global wellness economy, and the only organization that produces market data and analysis for all eleven wellness sectors and for over 200 countries worldwide. GWI’s research team has been studying wellness, both as a concept and as an industry, since 2008, issuing the first of the Global Wellness Economy Monitor series in 2014. GWI is known for its extensive expertise and rigorous methodologies, used to define and quantify large and emerging wellness sectors that have never been measured before—over the years this has included wellness tourism, wellness real estate, mental wellness, physical activity, thermal/mineral springs, spas, and many others. Become a delegate to the 17th annual GWS and hear GWI research fellows present the most reliable wellness economy research in the world on Day One of the Summit.

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Thanks to generous donations from our supporters, GWI’s wellness economy figures are free to the public and now updated and released every year in the flagship publication, the Global Wellness Economy Monitor. This publication provides:

  • Global economic data on the wellness economy and its eleven sectors, including size, growth trends, and future forecasts.
  • Regional breakdowns for the wellness economy and its eleven sectors.
  • In-depth chapters containing data tables and analysis for individual wellness sectors, including subsector breakdowns and top twenty markets (as available).
  • GWI’s analysis of global forces shaping the trajectory of the wellness economy, both now and into the future.

In GWI’s other reports, find deep-dive analysis on individual wellness sectors. To view our one-off, in-depth reports for specific sectors, visit Reports by Topic/Sector.

Most Recent Global Wellness Economy Data

2021 The Global Wellness Economy: Looking Beyond Covid

The 2021 report is GWI’s most in-depth research on wellness markets ever. For the first time, it provides detailed numbers and analysis for all eleven wellness sectors (2017, 2019, and 2020 time series data), future growth projections, rich sectoral data, and analysis of the major trends that will impact the wellness economy and each sector post-COVID.

Two companion resources provide additional geographical coverage and breakdowns of the wellness economy data, at the regional and country level (2017, 2019, and 2020 time series data).

2022 Global Wellness Economy: Country Rankings

For the first time, GWI released data on the size and rankings of the wellness economies of 150 countries. The report provides a summary analysis and data profile for the wellness economy across six global regions. It ranks 150 countries by the size of their wellness economies, compares wellness to the size of each country’s overall economy, and examines per capita spending on wellness at the country level.

2022 Geography of Wellness: Country Reports

With the support of exclusive Country Partners, GWI is releasing detailed wellness sector data for individual countries for the first time. Each country’s wellness economy data is presented on a dedicated country webpage, as well as in a detailed Wellness Economy Country Report, which shows the composition of the country’s wellness economy, growth rates, and other exclusive data by sector and subsector.

Access more wellness research at globalwellnessinstitute.org

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