The 6th edition of annual wellness conclave will focus on the theme of Nurturing the Wellness Industry for a Healthier and Happier India. India’s wellness industry has evolved over the years, from being focused on traditional medicine and preventive practices such as Ayurveda, Naturopathy, and Siddha to a more multi-dimensional concept of physical, mental and emotional well-being. The overall wellness industry including beauty care, nutritional care, fitness centers, alternate therapy and rejuvenation (spa) is forecasted to reach US$24 billion by FY20, up from US$13 billion in FY15, according to a report prepared by FICCI and Ernst & Young titled – Wellness and beauty: An ecosystem in the making, which will be released during the conclave. The upward momentum is expected to continue with regulatory modulation, higher investment, robust demand and the entry of newer and bigger players propelling this highly unorganized industry towards formalization.

The conclave aims to deliberate on roles of government and private sector in nurturing the wellness industry to realize its maximum potential and will broadly cover issues related to –

  • Regulatory Environment
  • Ease of Doing Business
  • Domestic and Foreign Direct Investment
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Skilling
  • Role of Technology
  • Role of Quality

Conference sessions

  • Inaugural Session
  • Plenary Session 1: Nurturing the Wellness Industry for a Healthier and Happier India
  • Plenary Session 2: Wellness Economy – Impact of Transformation of the Informal into Formal
  • Plenary Session 3: Business of Wellness: The Growth Imperative

Conclave Highlight

  • FICCI-EY report on Wellness and beauty: An ecosystem in the making will be released during the conclave
  • Focused sessions and deliberation on the Wellness Industry
  • Champions of Wellness will be recognized
  • Buyer Seller Meet
  • More than 200 CXOs / business owners are expected to participate

Who should attend?
CXOs/Business owners from across Wellness & Beauty Industry can participate in the conclave, which includes

  • Salons and beauty center
  • Fitness Centre & Clubs
  • Hotels & Resorts
  • Spa Owners
  • Treatment centers for Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy, etc.
  • Cosmetic products (Skincare, Haircare, Colour Cosmetics and Fragrances)
  • Fitness equipment
  • Slimming Equipment
  • Health and wellness food beverages
  • Dieticians & Nutrition service providers
  • Hospitals
  • Training Institutes
  • Health, Organic & Specialist food stores
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Govt. Departments from Health, Ayush, Food & Tourism sector
  • Academia

Website: India Wellness Conclave 2019