Delegates to the Summit will be immersed in future trends and emerging business opportunities within global wellness markets, while being exposed to the uniquely Italian aspects of wellness, including food, art, design and fashion.
All the themes of the Global Wellness Summit 2018
"Technogym launched the wellness concept over 25 years ago when everybody in the industry was only talking about fitness. Over the years, wellness has radically changed the industry by transforming it from a niche targeting only sport enthusiasts to a sector able to engage the whole population” said Nerio Alessandri, Technogym’s Founder and CEO.
We are very excited to welcome at the Technogym Village the international opinion-leaders who will attend the Summit and who share our commitment to helping people around the world become happier and healthier.
- Nerio Alessandri, Technogym’s Founder and CEO
- Antonio Citterio, award-winning Italian architect/designer and the visionary behind Technogym Village
- Andrea Illy, Chairman of Illycaffè, whose Fondazione Ernesto Illy is the sole sponsor of the World Happiness Report 2018-2020 – crucial research that is helping nations put happiness and wellbeing at the heart of government policy.
- Ranieri Guerra, World Health Organization who works closely with the director general of OMS planning and implementing Prevention strategies and initiatives.
- Alberta Ferretti, world renowned fashion designer who will talk about the growing impact of wellness lifestyle in the fashion industry
- Dan Buettner, American bestselling author of " The Blue Zones", focused on the five places in the world where people live the longest, healthiest lives.
- Rocco Forte, reference point for the hotel industry globally.
- Richard Carmona, ex “Surgeon General” of the United States.
The Surgeon General of the United States is the operational head of the U.S. Public Health Service and the leading spokesperson on matters of public health in the federal government.
Saturday, at the opening of the Global Wellness Summit it will also be released the Global Wellness Economy Monitor, a research revealing all-new data and trends in the fast-growing global wellness economy (+9,8% in the last two years). Currently, Italy is the 7th largest wellness market in the world, with over 3,000 spas generating annual revenues of roughly $2.5 billion – and the 9th-largest wellness tourism market globally, with 6.6 million wellness trips taken each year, generating $12.7 billion in revenues.