Beauty, Health &
Wellness Futures 2021

Online Event - 17 June


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Overview

Join our Beauty & Wellness Futures online event for a packed programme of practical insights, exclusive debates and discussions, and an executive summary of the new trends.

The worlds of beauty, health and wellness continue to converge. After months of lockdowns and changing pandemic restrictions, our routines, fitness and self-care have all evolved at a rapid rate. This has revealed a need to take beauty and wellness experiences into our own hands, as well as our own homes. Now, we are not only reconsidering how we approach wellbeing, but also how and where we interact with brands and health services.

Looking to the future, the conversation about beauty and wellness will move beyond the immediate effects of the pandemic, and a new narrative of sustained, holistic wellbeing will take its place.

You can buy tickets for this event for just £55, or get your ticket free when you pre-order the Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures 2021 PDF trend report.  

Top: Botanical Rainbow, Loewe, photography by Tyler Mitchell
Right: Co-healing by Serina Tarkhanian


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Co-healing by Serina Tarkhanian

New Event Format

Join us for our second online Futures event, which will take on a shorter and sharper  format, giving you a taster of the trends and exclusive insights from this year’s Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures research carried out by our team of sector experts.

Want to access the full presentations? 

If you like what you see at our Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures online event, you can go on to purchase the full Market Overview, Trends Rising and new Beauty, Health & Wellness macrotrend as on-demand presentations. Our pre-recorded presentations can be streamed by you, and across your entire business, making this our most affordable way to share our invaluable research with your teams.

Click here to find out more information about our on-demand presentation offering.

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Agenda

‘In 2021, health and wellness will be increasingly paramount for brands and consumers, with all sectors having to show responsibility and support for public wellbeing. In the beauty industry, a holistic approach and overall skin health will reign over cosmetic concerns.’

Abi Buller, foresight writer, The Future Laboratory

This online event will take place from 2:00pm to 3:00pm BST. Join us for aglobal overview of the beauty and wellness landscape, an executive summary of our new macrotrend, and exposure to the minds and experts behind the trends. 

There will also be a live Q&A session hosted by our experts andopportunities to network with other attendees.

If you want to access our new macrotrend content, you can go on to purchase the full presentations, which are available online and on demand.

Please complete your details on the following form to download the full agenda once it has been released.

Book your tickets now

Purchase a ticket for the event separately, or pre-order the Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures Collection, which includes our new trend report and an event ticket free of charge.You will receive the report one day after the event. 

The on-demand presentations will be available to purchase after the live event. 

Members of LS:N Global get free access to the new report and online event in June. Please contact us here to receive your discount code.

This event is taking place at 2pm BST. If you are located in Asia-pacific, you will get access to the event recording to watch on-demand on Monday 21 June.

*Terms & Conditions: Please note that tickets for this event are non-refundable.

Sold separately:
£35 until 5 May
£55 thereafter

Online Event Only


Beauty & Wellness Futures Collection (£250):

Report (available for pre-order) and Event Ticket

Speakers

Bria Carter
Junior Advisory Board member, Selfmade

Bria has been a key player in building Selfmade from day one. She obtained her BS in Human Development and Family Studies in 2018 from Michigan State University, and her MPA from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2020. She now works full time in non-profit work and part-time in communications for political movements. Bria hopes to work in politics in the future and wants to direct her life’s work to giving back to the community that raised her. In her free time, Bria enjoys indulging in all things beauty and make-up, and uses that outlet for creative expression.

Lee Chambers MSc MBPsS
founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing

Having worked in corporate finance, local government and elite sports, Lee specialises in supporting SMEs to create working environments and cultures that regenerate wellbeing and boost performance through wellbeing strategy and tailored delivery. He coaches ambitious athletes, entrepreneurs and leaders to use psychology and wellbeing to excel in their field. Having founded and run a successful SME in the video games industry while battling illness and losing the ability to walk, he creates practical and engaging change.

Stephanie Lee
founder, Selfmade

Selfmade is an emotional wellbeing brand that creates everyday personal care and digital products to institute the rituals of mental health and wellness. Stephanie has experience across many different industries, from politics to beauty and consumer goods. She worked in product development and innovation at MAC Cosmetics and was a former staffer in the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.

Chris Sanderson (He/Him)
co-founder, The Future Laboratory

Christopher Sanderson is co-founder of The Future Laboratory, where he is responsible for delivering the company’s extensive global roster of conferences, media events and LS:N Global Trend Briefings, which he co-presents with the team in London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne, Stockholm and Helsinki. Clients who have booked one of his inspirational keynotes include Gucci Group, the European Travel Commission, Retail Week, Selfridges, M&S, Chanel, Harrods, Aldo and H&M.

Alexander Hawkins
senior foresight writer, The Future Laboratory

Alex joined LS:N Global in 2018 and works across the website, specialising in researching and writing trends and consumer insight. In addition to leading our food and drink and retail content, he has a particular interest in design, media and health and wellness. Before joining The Future Laboratory, he worked at Soho House and It’s Nice That.

Victoria Buchanan
futures director, The Future Laboratory

Victoria specialises in future thinking and consumer research. She uses her creativity and strategic thinking to develop bespoke foresight projects for leading brands, such as L’Oréal, Spotify and Google, so that they can prepare their businesses for the future. She also regularly contributes to industry panel discussions and publications in the futures field.

Bria Carter
Junior Advisory Board member, Selfmade

Bria has been a key player in building Selfmade from day one. She obtained her BS in Human Development and Family Studies in 2018 from Michigan State University, and her MPA from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2020. She now works full time in non-profit work and part-time in communications for political movements. Bria hopes to work in politics in the future and wants to direct her life’s work to giving back to the community that raised her. In her free time, Bria enjoys indulging in all things beauty and make-up, and uses that outlet for creative expression.

Lee Chambers MSc MBPsS
founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing

Having worked in corporate finance, local government and elite sports, Lee specialises in supporting SMEs to create working environments and cultures that regenerate wellbeing and boost performance through wellbeing strategy and tailored delivery. He coaches ambitious athletes, entrepreneurs and leaders to use psychology and wellbeing to excel in their field. Having founded and run a successful SME in the video games industry while battling illness and losing the ability to walk, he creates practical and engaging change.

Stephanie Lee
founder, Selfmade

Selfmade is an emotional wellbeing brand that creates everyday personal care and digital products to institute the rituals of mental health and wellness. Stephanie has experience across many different industries, from politics to beauty and consumer goods. She worked in product development and innovation at MAC Cosmetics and was a former staffer in the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.

Chris Sanderson (He/Him)
co-founder, The Future Laboratory

Christopher Sanderson is co-founder of The Future Laboratory, where he is responsible for delivering the company’s extensive global roster of conferences, media events and LS:N Global Trend Briefings, which he co-presents with the team in London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne, Stockholm and Helsinki. Clients who have booked one of his inspirational keynotes include Gucci Group, the European Travel Commission, Retail Week, Selfridges, M&S, Chanel, Harrods, Aldo and H&M.

Alexander Hawkins
senior foresight writer, The Future Laboratory

Alex joined LS:N Global in 2018 and works across the website, specialising in researching and writing trends and consumer insight. In addition to leading our food and drink and retail content, he has a particular interest in design, media and health and wellness. Before joining The Future Laboratory, he worked at Soho House and It’s Nice That.

Victoria Buchanan
futures director, The Future Laboratory

Victoria specialises in future thinking and consumer research. She uses her creativity and strategic thinking to develop bespoke foresight projects for leading brands, such as L’Oréal, Spotify and Google, so that they can prepare their businesses for the future. She also regularly contributes to industry panel discussions and publications in the futures field.

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