The full-day event on September 28 will bring together experts who will provide a 360-degree view of the future of well construction: from new concepts that shake architecture and design (whether materials or new technologies) to the hottest trends in investment, development and programming of projects in the field of wellness real estate
MIAMI , August 18, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / –
The not-for-profit Global Wellness Institute (GWI), a leading research organization in the global wellness industry, today released its preliminary agenda for its first ever Wellness Real Estate and Communities Symposium held 28 September, Tuesday, in Manhattan…
The all-day event is specifically designed to give visitors a comprehensive, holistic view of the entire building well landscape. New research will be one of the cornerstones GWI, then International Institute for Wellbeing, but Center for Active Design how the pandemic has increased the demand for wellness homes and communities.
The agenda will also bring together experts from all sectors of the market – architects, designers, developers, investors, medical leaders and analysts – to tackle serious issues. How do we define this market? Who is investing and why? What are the biggest opportunities and trends? What do people want? Who are the key demographics? What new ideas in design and programming open up the most? How global is this business and how is innovation being introduced in different regions? What is the real impact on people and the planet? A packed day of speeches and panels will include everything from videos from developers of incredibly diverse new wellness projects around the world to a high-profile media panel on the most important trends they believe are developing in the space.
Check provisional agenda– which will be updated weekly with new speakers and topics.
The Symposium is a hybrid event offering both in-person and virtual registration and will run from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 28 september, in and other objects (601 Lexington Ave. NYC). Personal members are also invited to the VIP reception at Business withNew York headquarters (main sponsor of the event) the night before.
Registration is openand space is limited.
“This will be the first event to analyze this sector from scratch: we bring in big experts to identify great opportunities, and they will make us think differently about the built environment, the power of nature and connections. , the air we breathe, the way we work and live, and the extraordinary “return on wellbeing” that underpins investment from Middle East to the Midwest. This will not be speculative “talk.” Industry leaders will share real projects and figures, ”said Nancy Davis, Chief Creative Officer and CEO of GWI. “Today we laid the foundation for an exciting day in both New York and virtually. If you are an architect, developer, investor, innovator, this is the place for you. “
A few highlights on the agenda:
Doctor Richard H. Carmona, 17th US Physician, Chief Surgeon and Head of Healthcare Innovation, Canyon Ranch, explores the profound and unexpected effects of built environments on human health in Epigenetics and the Built Environment.
Alfredo Carvajal, Grupo Espiritu’s Counselor and Executive Vice President of Delos will present a timely overview of “Rancho La Puerta Residences. Mexico: An example of the use of discovery during a pandemic. “
Clodagh, founder and CEO of award-winning design firm Clodagh, developer of a portfolio of large projects focused on sustainability and wellbeing in 24 countries, will deliver a provocative theme song: “What is real estate?”
Rachel Hodjdon, President and CEO of the International WELL Being Institute, a global leader in transforming buildings and communities to help people thrive, will share new data, trends and technologies that are shaking real estate and design right now.
Katherine Johnston & Ophelia JungGWI Senior Scientists will present “Assessing the Global Wellness Real Estate Economy: A Look Beyond COVID-19,” a completely new insight into the current global health real estate and community markets, as well as projected post-COVID growth. Members have exclusive access to this report.
Steve Nigren, founder of the pioneering wellness community Serenbe, which has successfully demonstrated that projects combining green space, agriculture, art, homes and retail are economically successful and the very future of communities, will present: “Biophilic Design: The Wellness Real Estate Foundation”. “
Veronica Shribeis Smith, CEO and Founder of Vera Iconica, a global innovator in wellness architecture and design, will shake the world up with his theme: “Rethinking architecture assumptions.”
Video: Wellness Real Estate & Communities: A Global View, Susie Ellis, Chairman and CEO of GWI, will feature videos from new global project leaders revealing the radical diversity of “approaches to wellbeing” that emerge in the development process – from Val De Vie Estate to South Africa to JLF Group projects in Australia to transform rural Italian cities into wellness smart villages by Alchemy Concepts.
About Global Wellness Institute: Global Health Institute (GWI), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, is considered the leading global research and educational resource for the global wellness industry and is known for representing major industry initiatives and regional events that bring together leaders to shape the future. GWI positively impacts global health and well-being by educating government agencies, businesses and individuals on how they can work to prevent disease, reduce stress, and improve overall quality of life. Its mission is to promote health throughout the world.
Cassandra Kavanagh, Global Wellness Institute, 8183974630, email@example.com
SOURCE Global Wellness Institute