In 2015, there were 121,595 spas operating around the world, earning $77.6 billion in revenues and employing more than 2.1 million workers.

Now the wellness economy represents more than 5% of global economic output. It is almost half the size of all global health expenditures, which reached $7.6 trillion in 2014.

This report covers in detail the current state of Global Wellness and looks at five wellness sectors including:

  • Spa,
  • Wellness Tourism,
  • Thermal/Mineral Springs,
  • Workplace
  • Wellness, and
  • Wellness Lifestyle Real Estate.

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