Global Wellness Institute’s Nancy Davis discusses how the pandemic has transformed the way we think about attendee wellness.
As meeting planners navigated the Covid-19 pandemic this past year, concerns about attendee wellness transformed how events were held — or, in most cases, not held. Now, as vaccinations become more widespread and in-person gatherings are poised to fully return, it looks like one of the lasting effects of this disruptive year may be a continuing, elevated focus on the health of attendees.
On this episode of Eventful: The Podcast for Meeting Professionals, Nancy Davis, the chief creative officer and executive director for the Global Wellness Summit and Global Wellness Institute, discusses how planners’ approach to wellness at events is likely to change after the pandemic. She shares how meetings will be planned with “wellness at the core,” how planners are shifting to a more proactive approach in instituting health measures and the changes she is instituting at this year’s Global Wellness Summit.
This episode is sponsored by Colombia, the most welcoming country in the world for events.
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