Hear about the future of spa at Professional Beauty London Online Day

Among the many speaker sessions for Professional Beauty London's Online Day will be an in-depth panel discussion on the future of spa and wellness.

Professional Beauty managing director Mark Moloney will be joined at 12pm today by:

Lucy Brialey, co-founder of The Sustainable Spa Association 

and

Bobby Griffiths, spa manager, Dormy House.

Anyone who joined the sessions with the above speakers at our physical World Spa & Wellness Convention will know, the room was packed and some fascinating insights were shared, including real-life examples of the new ways in which technology, sustainability, touchless experiences, medical wellness and more are impacting the future of the global wellness market. 

The online session today will be one not to miss. 

What is the PB London Online Day?

If you missed the physical PB London event, or simply didn't have time to go to the many educational sessions that were held there, don't worry.  

This year, we have an extra day for you; from 10am to 5pm you will be able to attend seven sessions on an exciting range of topics: register for free, connect with PB London brands and enjoy top-class training from the comfort of your own home.

What other speakers can I see?

10am: Debbie Lewis, founder, Salon Socials on “20 easy content ideas to fill your social media calendar”

11am: Deborah Forsythe, aesthetic nurse and menopause specialist, on “Understanding menopause to better support your salon and spa clients”

12pm: Spa Panel: The Future of Spa and Wellness, Sustainability & Operations with Michael Newcombe, general manager & vice president global spas & wellness, Four Seasons; Lucy Brialey, Co-Founder of The Sustainable Spa Association; Bobby Griffiths, Spa Manager, Dormy House

1pm: Andrew Hansford, global education ambassador and director of ACHaesthetics, on "Combination protocols for advanced treatments"

2pm: Dr. Chiara Heide, founder of Brightcure, on "Women's health and feminine care: the latest in research & new product development for the salon and mobile business"

3pm: Kerry Beavis, award-winning therapist and founder of The Revive Co, on "Think like a CEO: run your mobile/home salon with policies, boundaries and a success plan"

4pm: James Mac, MUA & Glow Up star, on "How to make it as an MUA: skills, social media and becoming an influencer"

To get involved, make sure you’re registered for the Professional Beauty London platform here and access all sessions via the platform.