Two days of leadership, inspiration and networking at Europe's leading meeting place for Spa & Wellness

Published 17th Nov 2017 by PB Admin
Two days of leadership, inspiration and networking at Europe's leading meeting place for Spa & Wellness

The World Spa & Wellness Convention will return to ExCeL London on February 25th - 26th, as part of the Professional Beauty trade show.

The convention is a leading networking event for spa directors, group spa directors, CEOs and owners of spas, hotels and wellness centres. With a global following and attracting delegates from Europe, Asia, Middle East and America, this strategy-focused event allows executives to share experiences of operating successful spas. In 2017, the convention focused on growing the skills of managers and leaders, to help them expand their businesses and careers.

Unique in Europe, World Spa & Wellness brings you to the heart of the profession. Each year the convention covers a wide range of topics high on the global industry agenda. Issues on the 2018 programme will include the threats and collaboration opportunities in the digital market, the rebirth of fitness in spa, hyper-personalisation, the staffing crisis, secrets to boosting retail and much more.

Speakers at the convention will be drawn from around the world and include some of the most established names in the sector, such as Andrew Gibson, Vice President of Well Being Luxury Brands, Accor Hotels, Sammy Gharieni, CEO of Gharieni and Jessica Shea, Director Global Brand Spa at Hilton Worldwide to name just a few.

World Spa & Wellness promises you practical solutions to take your business forward as well as networking opportunities with those who run and own the world’s leading spas.

To find out more about tickets prices and attending, visit www.worldspawellness.com/convention.

To book your delegate pass for the World Spa & Wellness Convention 2018 please click here.
For any enquires please contact Joanna Stroz at [email protected]

PB Admin

PB Admin

Published 17th Nov 2017

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