The New Rules for Wellness at Meetings & Events

The pandemic has changed the way event professionals should be approaching wellness. Here’s what your attendees—and your employees—need now.
Feb 3, 2022 3:15 PM ET
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Originally Published by BIZBASH

By Claire Hoffman

“Wellness is no longer a luxury to include—it’s a must-have,” says Peter Scialla, president and COO of global wellness and real estate tech company Delos. “As business events shift back to in-person attendance, there will be an even greater demand for assurances that health and well-being are at the forefront of planning.”

That’s why in November, Delos teamed up with Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI)—a global sales force that connects luxury independent hotels with meeting professionals—to create the Delos Wellness Accreditation for Meetings and Events. The science-backed accreditation aims to bring awareness to the value of wellness at meetings and conventions; it’s a five-hour course with videos on topics like light, nourishment, movement and mindfulness, along with prompts, exercises and other resources. (Interested in enrolling? Click here.)

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