Excellence In Wellness
The International Wellness Conclave (IWC) is happening in New Delhi and promises to be a platform for the global spa and wellness industry to ideate and discuss the possibilities of taking the industry to a new height of success
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The International Wellness Conclave (IWC) is happening in the capital city, New Delhi on the 25 and 26 of September at the Radisson-437' class='description_topic_highlight'>Radisson-103' class='description_topic_highlight'>Radisson-437' class='description_topic_highlight'>Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport. This two-day conclave has a theme of “Excellence in Wellness”, and it promises to be a platform for the global spa and wellness industry to ideate and discuss the possibilities of taking the industry to a new height of success.
The Conclave is being inaugurated by K.J. Alphons, the Hon’ble Minister of State for Tourism, Government of India, who is the Chief-Guest and Key-Note Speaker at IWC. Anil Khaitan, President PHD Chambers is the Special Speaker at the Conclave, which is supported by the Asia Pacific Spa & Wellness Coalition. IWC is slated to be attended by Spa Industry Experts, Hoteliers, Health, Beauty and Fitness Professionals, Innovative Thinkers, Travel & Tourism Promoters, Architects, Trade Practitioners, and other wellness-related enterprises from across the world. This interactive and engaging two-day conclave has a long line-up of thought-provoking discussion on industry trends, addressing the challenges, which will all help plan for the flourishing future of the wellness industry. IWC also focuses on the pillars of Indian wellness – Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddhi and also Homeopathy. It will gather insights from international wellness industry leaders, global trend updates, case-studies from various wellness destinations, success stories from leading international brands, and in-depth analysis of the future of the Indian Wellness Industry.
India is rapidly growing in terms of wellness and is the centre of attraction for many global wellness leaders who are looking at investing in India. The Indian wellness industry is set to achieve about Rs. 1.5 trillion by Financial Year 2020 (according to a report published by FICCI) which makes it an ideal venue. India is appreciated as a wellness destination globally and is developing infrastructure rapidly to support it. So, with the idea of promoting wellness in India, the conclave will highlight the different aspects of wellness and insights from Global Leaders of Wellness.
Some of the eminent speakers who will be sharing their views during the IWC 2018 are:
Andrew Jacka, Chairman of Asia Pacific Spa & Wellness Coalition; Anne Biging, Founder & Managing Director Healing Hotels of the World; Kent Richards, Corporate Operations Director, Six Senses Hotel Resorts & Spa; Barry White, Internationally Acclaimed Wellness Consultant; NiQiKundhi Co-Founder, GeoSpaFitness (Techno Gym); Ms. Melinda Yon, Technical Services Director(Spa and Wellness) Six Senses Hotels, Resorts & Spas; Ms. Catharine Nicol, International Spa Expert and Acclaimed Journalist & Influencer; Mr. Donald Cha, Spa Chain Owner & Director of APSWC; Dr. Gita Ramesh, Ayurveda Doctor of International Fame & Owner of Kairali Resorts amongst others.