On Wednesday 26th June 2019 we presented the Welltodo Summit, our annual industry event bringing together over 300 business leaders, industry experts, investors and founders of some of the world’s leading wellness brands, for a powerful conversation about the business of wellness.
We decided to curate the five key takeaways from the Welltodo Summit in a free report. You can now register your interest for the next Welltodo Summit and be the first to hear when dates and speakers have been announced. To find out more about the latest trends of the wellness industry please visit our events page.
Our most progressive and far-reaching exploration of the wellness industry to date, the Welltodo Summit 2019 took place in partnership with international law firm Bird & Bird, business software management provider MINDBODY and global creative agency working with health and wellness brands Skipper & Skipper, with the support of plant-based nutrition brand Form and accountancy firm Menzies.
Packed full of panel discussions, dynamic breakout sessions creating networking opportunities, and featuring world-class brands, including F45, B Labs, Rude Health and ClassPass, the event explored topics across investment, retail, technology, global markets, workplace wellbeing and more.
By spotlighting the key business strategies and trends impacting the wellness industry, guests gained clarity on how to navigate the future landscape. Furthermore, attendees heard from various brands that are taking sustainability and corporate responsibility seriously. The panels focusing on business as a force for good inspired entrepreneurs to discover new ways to grow and innovate in the wellness industry.
If you didn’t manage to join us for the industry’s most powerful conversation about the business of wellness, we’ve curated some of the key takeaways from the day. To discover these exclusive insights, and stay ahead of the trends of tomorrow, you can now download our exclusive insights resource for FREE, using the form below:
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