Health & Wellness 2018 : In-house presentation
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Health & Wellness Futures 2018

Tools to cultivate inclusivity, accessibility and community

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Overview

The health and wellness sector is thriving. Its £2.7 trillion reach remains unchallenged, even as consumers approach a point of peak wellness. The potential is great for fruitful cross-sector collaborations as innovators cultivate an integrated health and wellness infrastructure that puts consumers in control of their own data. But customer trust is proving increasingly hard to win and maintain, with influencers coming under suspicion for peddling snake oil. 

Our new in-house presentation is your guide to navigating the emerging opportunities and challenges in your sector. Our skilled analysts reveal key market changes, rising trends and best-in-class case studies in a dynamic, interactive setting, and provide expert guidance on how to implement the insights in your organisation. Be among those brands breaking out of the technology silo as health and wellness moves towards inclusivity, accessibility and community.

Top: Care/of, US
Right: Hims, US

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In this presentation we examine:

: Market Shifts

We explore emerging global market changes, from the burgeoning gut health sector to the new platforms increasing access to mental health support and the hotels offering new ways of supporting guests’ wellbeing.

: Rising Trends

We look at the key rising microtrends shaping the future of health and wellness. These include The Modern Apothecary that emphasises community and education, VR Gyms and their potential impact on real-life fitness, the new breed of wellness influencers who are going primal, and the cultivation of trust through technology.

Macrotrend: Certified Wellness

Will the mass appeal of wellness help to change the healthcare sector as it looks beyond traditional medicine? And as consumers assume control of their personal health data, how will this redefine health and wellness infrastructure? Find out the answers in our probing macrotrend presentation. This macrotrend can also be booked as a separate presentation.

: Q&A Session and Toolkits

We offer a series of practical take-outs on how your team can implement these future strategies in your organisation. A dynamic Q&A session will help you harness expert support in tailoring the presentation’s most pertinent insights to your brand.

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 ‘The Future Laboratory’s presentation did exactly what we wanted it to – offer a glimpse of even further ahead in a compelling and engaging way to prepare for what brands need next’ 

Maya Draisin, associate publisher and head of marketing, Wired

We are now taking advanced bookings for the Health & Wellness Futures Forum In-house presentation. For more information, or to book this presentation for your own business or event, please complete your details on the following Book Now contact form.

This visually arresting presentation brings the insights from The Future Laboratory’s sell-out Health and Wellness Futures Forum 2018 to your team in an interactive setting, at your choice of venue. It can be tailored to suit a range of contexts, from leadership programmes to concept development workshops, or as an inspirational keynote for your company conference. The accompanying PDF report provides further insights and enables you to share all content across your organisation.

Book now for strategic insight into the biggest issues set to confront health and wellness brands in the next 18 months, and find out how innovators are solving these problems. 

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Speakers

Chris Sanderson, 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.

Philippa Wagner, Strategic Insight Director, The Future Laboratory

By anticipating macro-cultural changes, Philippa defines what trends and cultural behaviour shifts will mean for brands to create future-focused innovation for future growth. With a master’s degree from The Royal College of Art and a design and fashion futures background, over the past 20 years she has helped shaped the future of brands across the beauty, automotive, technology and apparel sectors, and helped shape their brand futures through the language of trends. She is also senior visiting lecturer at Central Saint Martins on the Material Futures MA course as well as a regular contributor to Viewpoint magazine.

Tom Savigar, Senior Partner, The Future Laboratory

Tom has guided many of The Future Laboratory’s clients through some of the most challenging market shifts and global recessions of the past 10 years. With a much-expanded team, and offices in the US and Australia, he continues to do this, working with clients as diverse as Absolut, Cadillac, The Body Shop, Lamborghini, HSBC, Courvoisier, UBS, BMW, British Gas and Marks & Spencer.

Ruth Marshall-Johnson, Foresight Director, The Future Laboratory

Ruth Marshall-Johnson is a trends industry specialist with experience in translating cultural and consumer research into highly effective strategy for leading brands and organisations. Ruth specialises in identifying and explaining the relationship between cultural development and consumer behaviour and brings this practice to her work as a start-up mentor, guest lecturer at Central Saint Martins and the London College of Communication and speaker at international seminars.

Aleksandra Szymanska,
Art Director, The Future Laboratory

With a background in critical design and a penchant for experimental art, Aleksandra is our go-to source for avant-garde concepts and speculative scenarios. Having started as a freelance contributor, she joined LS:N Global in 2014. Aleksandra charts current developments in art direction, design and 2D and 3D visual arts, building detailed analysis of the aesthetic directions emerging across lifestyle sectors. She has a wide personal network of curators, artists and designers, and enjoys acting as a connector between creative practitioners and the industry.

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