The 17th annual Global Wellness Summit will be held at Hyatt Regency Miami, November 6-9.
In light of recent developments and the growing concerns surrounding instability in the Middle East region, and in full alignment with Msheireb Properties, the host sponsors in Qatar, the Global Wellness Summit has made “the difficult but necessary decision” to relocate this year’s event to Miami, Florida. “The safety and wellbeing of our delegates, speakers, team, and partners are of paramount importance, and this change in location ensures a secure experience for all participants. Our hearts go out to all of our friends and colleagues directly or indirectly impacted by the escalating conflict in the Middle East.” says the announcement.
The dates remain exactly the same, November 6-9, 2023.
Delegates who have already registered for the Summit will receive a separate communication today, with detailed information “on what we anticipate will be a smooth transition to the hotel in Miami.”
“We look forward to gathering the GWS family in beautiful Miami for the world-class program you have come to expect, exploring the latest trends and innovations in the wellness industry, providing an environment for impactful conversations and fostering meaningful connections. At the Summit, the Global Wellness Institute will release the new Global Wellness Economy Monitor including the much-anticipated, updated bubble chart that everyone in the wellness industry will be quoting.”
Almost all of the keynote speakers that have already been announced are pivoting with the organizers. Gymnast Simone Biles will share her extraordinary story of courage and resilience in a keynote conversation from the stage; Grammy Award-winning producer and artist, Timbaland, will inspire us with his personal wellness journey. Dozens of other in-person presenters will contribute to the future-focused agenda as planned. Plus a few surprises…
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