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Asia Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition gears up for first virtual Round Table in March 2021
POSTED 01 Mar 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
The Round Table will be an interactive event where participants will be encouraged to collaborate and share their insights and ideas Credit: Shutterstock/Roman Samborskyi
The Asia Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition (APSWC) has unveiled new details about its upcoming 2021 Round Table Conference, scheduled for 15-17 March.

The annual event always produces a white paper that pinpoints the region’s ongoing sector issues and potential solutions, penned from the collective comment and input of attending industry leaders.

The APSWC White Paper seeks to give guidance to stakeholders, industry and government on issues faced by the industry, both current and future.

A range of figures from the global wellness industry will gather virtually at the event to share their insights, including Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts’ executive director of wellbeing, Woon Hoe Lee, GWI Hot Springs Initiative chair Charles Davidson and Trent Munday, senior VP international of Mandara Spa.

Delegates can expect interactive breakout sessions, live-streamed wellness destination tours and panel discussions which will home in on a variety of topics, ranging from the importance of mental wellbeing for wellness providers and the wonders of bathing to responsible sustainability in spa and wellness.

Registration is open and early bird tickets are available for US$50 (€41, £35) per person for the whole event, or US$20 (€16, £14) for single-day admission.

Delegates will have access to content up to 30 days after the event finishes.

To register and find out more information about the schedule, head to APSWC’s official website.
 


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Asia Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition gears up for first virtual Round Table in March 2021
BY Megan Whitby

The Round Table will be an interactive event where participants will be encouraged to collaborate and share their insights and ideas

The Round Table will be an interactive event where participants will be encouraged to collaborate and share their insights and ideas
photo: Shutterstock/Roman Samborskyi

The Asia Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition (APSWC) has unveiled new details about its upcoming 2021 Round Table Conference, scheduled for 15-17 March.

The annual event always produces a white paper that pinpoints the region’s ongoing sector issues and potential solutions, penned from the collective comment and input of attending industry leaders.

The APSWC White Paper seeks to give guidance to stakeholders, industry and government on issues faced by the industry, both current and future.

A range of figures from the global wellness industry will gather virtually at the event to share their insights, including Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts’ executive director of wellbeing, Woon Hoe Lee, GWI Hot Springs Initiative chair Charles Davidson and Trent Munday, senior VP international of Mandara Spa.

Delegates can expect interactive breakout sessions, live-streamed wellness destination tours and panel discussions which will home in on a variety of topics, ranging from the importance of mental wellbeing for wellness providers and the wonders of bathing to responsible sustainability in spa and wellness.

Registration is open and early bird tickets are available for US$50 (€41, £35) per person for the whole event, or US$20 (€16, £14) for single-day admission.

Delegates will have access to content up to 30 days after the event finishes.

To register and find out more information about the schedule, head to APSWC’s official website.



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