A steady and high growth of the wellness industry has been expected. According to Euromonitor International, the global market for health and wellness offers reached $ 686 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow at 3.5% CAGR, to $ 815 billion by 2021. However, the distribution of the various segments of this profitable and growing sector requires a development of sophisticated, individualized offers that can meet a wide range of requirements, from the aspect of implementation of wellness services, healthy architecture, sauna theatre, mental wellness, new neuroscience area etc.
HTI Conference 2018 will organize a special panel this year that will present the latest and most profitable trends to participants. One of the speakers at the conference in Zagreb will be Patricia Diesel, renown author, who was also among the main speakers at last year’s WMTC in Los Angeles. She will present years of work based on her own experience and insights that connect different wellness techniques in creating a balanced lifestyle that enhances own pleasure and productivity.
Apart from the selection of wellness techniques that arise from their own decisions on a better quality of life, more and more employers are concerned about the health of their own employees, thus enlarging innovative services in the field of corporate health. According to Forbes’ forecasts, 2018 will be extremely exciting for this area. Employee satisfaction and productivity are linked to the relationship of employers to different aspects of their employees’ lives, resulting in a more balanced approach to life in highly hectic conditions of today’s world.