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Global Wellness Summit announces full agenda for 2019 conference

Keynotes, presenters and panels will explore how the $4.2 trillion wellness industry is transforming entire business sectors and creating new economic opportunities globally.

Miami, FL – The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $4.2 trillion global wellness economy, today released the full agenda for the 13th annual GWS at Grand Hyatt Singapore from October 15–17, 2019. Global hospitality brand Hyatt is this year’s host sponsor.

The three-day event will attract leading business and thought leaders from 50 countries to the Summit in Singapore. Wellness industry leaders and visionaries still have the opportunity to apply to attend the prestigious event, which is renowned for its keynotes and panels that analyze the largest opportunities unfolding in the wellness economy, from aspirational ageing to the reinvention of healthcare; from spa and beauty trends to the role of purpose in our lives and work; from rethinking real estate and retail to travel, tourism and more. 

The theme of this year’s Summit is “Shaping the Business of Wellness,” and attendees can expect to hear from high-profile industry experts on where wellness is headed globally, with a keen spotlight on Asia, the fastest-growing of all wellness markets, including the new leaders/innovators driving the growth in the region.

This year, the Global Wellness Institute, a nonprofit research and educational resource for the global wellness industry, will release the first-ever report on the global economy of physical activity, providing all-new market data and trends analysis for this explosively growing industry.

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