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Global Spa & Wellness Summit Unveils 2014 Theme “Fast Forward”

April 7, 2014 Conferences No Comments Email Email

The Global Spa & Wellness Summit (GSWS) today unveiled its futurist theme – Fast Forward – for its 8th annual event, taking place September 10-12th at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech, Morocco.

The event, which is considered the world’s most prestigious gathering of business, government and academic leaders in the wellness, travel and spa industries, is expected to attract a record number of attendees. The 2nd annual Global Wellness Tourism Congress(GWTC) will take place concurrently on September 10th.

“This year, the Summit is hitting the Fast Forward button,” said Susie Ellis, GSWS Chairman and CEO. “Our agenda and keynote speakers will be focused on looking closely and creatively at the future of spa and wellness, from new technologies that will transform our businesses and the way wellness gets delivered; to the future of design; to exploring the latest in brain science and its implications; to the next wave in retailing; to presenting crucial, new research that will illuminate and shape our industry’s future path.”

Dr. Kjell A. Nordström, a Swedish economist, futurist thought-leader and renowned co-author of Funky Business, is the Summit’s first announced keynote speaker, in what will be a prestigious, high-profile line up of future-focused thinkers. His provocative presentation will analyze a coming, new world marked by seismic demographic and consumer shifts: “The future is urban and female. The influence of countries and men is fading away – prepare yourselves for Amazonia,” says Nordström.

 

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