Historic Volume of New Research to Be Released at 2017 Global Wellness Summit

New research gives our delegates the hard data and insights they need to ‘see the future’ and forge business strategies that are expert- and evidence-based.

The Global Wellness Summit is known for unveiling important new research on the multi-sector wellness economy at each annual event. And at the upcoming conference, being held at The Breakers Palm Beach from Oct. 9-11, a record amount of original research in the conference’s 11-year history will be released:

  • Landmark findings from the Global Wellness Institute’s report on the fast-growing wellness communities and lifestyle real estate market
  • Think-tank, The Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute’s, forecast on what “Wellness 2030” will look like
  • Neuroscientist Dr. Anjan Chatterjee’s (University of Pennsylvania) new studies on how beauty can meaningfully contribute to wellness
  • Well+Good’s survey on how millennials are disrupting the wellness travel market


“New research gives our delegates the hard data and insights they need to ‘see the future’ and forge business strategies that are expert- and evidence-based. And 2017 Summit attendees will have the first look at the most wide-ranging research releases in our history,” noted Susie Ellis, GWS chairman and CEO.

Snapshots of the research:

Wellness Communities & Lifestyle Real Estate – The Global Wellness Institute (GWI)

The GWI’s major research project for this year, and the first to comprehensively analyze the $119 billion wellness communities and lifestyle real estate market. The report will define these sectors; identify the demographic and consumer trends driving demand; present case studies, innovative practices and a pipeline of new projects from around the world; and develop a KPI framework to…

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