Global Wellness Institute Hosts First Symposium on Wellness Properties and Communities | news

MIAMI , July 21, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The nonprofit Global Wellness Institute (GWI), the leading research organization for the global wellness industry, announced today that it is holding a Wellness Real Estate & Communities Symposium on the subject Tuesday, September 28, 2021, in the New York City. This is the first event to delve deep into this fast-growing market, bringing together top executives, developers, investors, architects, designers, analysts, policymakers and the media – the world’s leading wellness real estate companies and communities – about the future examine this market from the top level perspective.

It will be a full day (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET) of keynotes, panels, and interactive discussions. Attendees will have exclusive access to the GWI’s latest research on the current size of the sector, its projected growth, and the forces driving the market and movement for real estate and communities, proactively developed to support the holistic health of its residents.

As it is a significant global market, both face-to-face and virtual participation is possible. The event will take place at 601 Lexington etc., and personal delegates will be invited to a VIP reception the night before at Delos headquarters in NYC. Delos, a wellness real estate and technology leader, is the marquis sponsor of the symposium.

Registration is open and places are limited.

The Pandemic Real Estate Restructuring: Excessive Demand for “Good” Homes and Communities

GWI was the first to measure and analyze the global wellness real estate and community market in its groundbreaking Build Well To Live Well report $ 134 billion (The GWI also has a new initiative for this sector.) To say the momentum has increased since then is an understatement: COVID-19 has added value to homes, spaces and places where safety, health and wellness were important, radically accelerates the center.

“A revolution in rethinking real estate, communities and the built environment based on wellness principles spread before the pandemic, but this long crisis created a whole new way of thinking: The health of our homes and communities – where we live and how ‘well’ – has become a critical issue, “said Susie Ellis, GWI Chairman and CEO. “We felt that there was an urgent need to bring together the big players, thinkers, investors and innovators in a full-day, think-and-do-tank-like event to bring the latest insights and directions in this crucial, evolving environment Room.”

On the agenda are experts who deal with the latest topics in wellness properties and communities, such as:

  • What is the current US and global landscape like? Which markets are heating up?
  • What are the trends in technology and “hardware” design to create smart, healthy homes and communities?
  • What are consumers asking for most – and what are the latest developments – in wellness programs, whether it be communities with nature, human connection, green and regenerative living or medical wellness as the focus?
  • How will a work-from-home future lead to new developments that blur the lines between home, work and wellness and new goals and concepts?
  • How do hotel and wellness resort groups use a mixed hospitality-wellness-residence model?
  • How are wellness concepts being redesigned in a world that is aging like never before?
  • Given a decline in retail and office space, how could cities get a “good” rethink; What does the future of urban wellness developments look like?
  • Is a new wave of more affordable and inclusive wellness communities coming, driven by forward-thinking governments, policymakers, and developers?
  • What are best practices and innovations in funding, developing and operating projects? What kind of ROI do projects see?

During the day, new research results will be presented: Senior Research Fellows of the GWI Katherine Johnston and Ophelia Yeung will present the unprecedented 2020 market figures and discuss the impact of various global forces on the sector in the context of the evolving wellness economy and new public health and policy talks. In addition, Joanna Frank, President and CEO of the Center for Active Design, will present the results of the largest health and wellness study ever among real estate investors.

“While the term ‘wellness property’ first appeared a few years ago, COVID-19 has suddenly awakened a sudden awareness in all of us – the simple understanding that what surrounds us matters,” said Paul Scialla, Founder and CEO of Delos and Founder of the International WELL Building Institute. “We are excited to continue Delos’ eight years of research on this topic and to work together across industries to share new data, insights and technology, and ultimately improve the health and wellbeing of people around the world.” Scialla will be keynote speaker at the symposium.

Further keynotes and panelists will be announced in the coming weeks. Register here for the Wellness Real Estate & Communities Symposium.

About the Global Wellness Institute: The Global Wellness Institute (GWI), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, is recognized as the premier global research and education resource for the global wellness industry and is known for launching key industry initiatives and regional events that promote the Bring leaders together to plan for the future. GWI has a positive impact on global health and wellbeing by educating public institutions, businesses and individuals on how to prevent disease, reduce stress and improve the overall quality of life. Their mission is to strengthen wellness around the world.

Media contact

Cassandra Cavanah, Global Wellness Institute, 818-397-4630, cassandra@cavanahcommunications.com

SOURCE Global Wellness Institute

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