The Global Wellness Institute is the research organization renowned for sizing and analyzing the sectors across the global wellness economy and known for its wellness industry bubble chart. On Monday, a new “bubble” will be born when the GWI releases the first research on the dynamic, multi-sector mental wellness economy at the Global Wellness Summit.
While mental wellness is a market seeing explosive growth (dramatically accelerated by the pandemic), the understanding of the concept and industry remain extremely fuzzy. This is the first global study that will offer a definition for mental wellness; clarify concepts and outline pathways; define mental wellness as an industry and delineate its segments, and estimate the size of the total mental wellness economy and its key subsectors.
Only in-person and virtual attendees to the November 8–11 Summit will receive the full, in-depth report.
Register for the conference at The Breakers Palm Beach, or for virtual access, here.
Key findings will be released here Monday.
New directions in mental wellness are a big topic on the Summit agenda. In what must be a conference first, the 17th US Surgeon General, Dr. Richard Carmona, will interview Vivek Murthy, the 19th US Surgeon General and author of the extraordinary best seller, Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World. The panel, “We Are Not OK: How Tech Is Creating a Future for Mental Wellness in a (Post) COVID World,” will be moderated by Melisse Gelula, co-founder, Well+Good.
Keynotes on mental wellness span topics from sleep science and technology to the role of spiritual wellness in our age of crisis to the future of “dying well.” See the full agenda.