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With this podcast series, we’re putting the ‘globe’ in Global Wellness Summit.

The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has announced the launch of its first podcast series, recorded live during the 2019 conference in Singapore.

The 21-episode series features in-depth interviews with wellness speakers who attended the GWS and is hosted by Kim Marshall, CEO of The Marshall Plan, a marketing and branding firm, and co-founder of S’Well Public Relations.

Episodes will be uploaded weekly and the line-up will include a selection of 21 speakers from the 2019 summit, including Viome CEO Naveen Jain; Neil Jacobs, CEO of Six Senses; Frederick Chavalit Tsao, founder of OCTAVE Institute; and theologian, author and environmentalist Martin Palmer.

“This is the motherlode of wellness content in the world,” Marshall told Spa Business.

“Over the past 13 years, the GWS and the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) have become a resource for business leaders and industry insiders in the wellness space for evidence-based research and the latest innovations – but the information typically only reaches the few thousand people in GWS’s orbit.

“With this podcast series, we’re putting the ‘globe’ in Global Wellness Summit and making the information available to anyone, anywhere in the world who has an internet connection.”

Susie Ellis, GWS chair and CEO, kicked off the series as the first episode’s interviewee. Ellis shares the GWS and GWI’s origin stories and looks at the impact the organisations have played in influencing the health and wellness industry.

Marshall commented: “We’re in discussions to keep the podcast going year-round, since the GWI and GWS have so much happening throughout the year”.

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The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has announced the launch of its first podcast series, recorded live during the 2019 conference in Singapore.
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