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ADVERTISEMENT PROMOTION Professional Spa & Wellness Convention 2014


Returning after a successful 2013 event, which attracted 340 senior spa and wellness industry speakers and delegates from around the globe, the 2014 Professional Spa & Wellness Convention will be held on Sunday 23 February and Monday 24 February at ExCeL, London


Speakers include (from left to right) Aldina Duarte-Ramos, Andrew Gibson, Greg Payne, Kathryn Moore, Anna Bjurstam & Paul Hawco C


overing a wide range of topics, this strategic convention gets to the heart of the business


and provides delegates with practical solutions to improve their business. Sunday’s programme will focus on daily spa operations, the fi rst 100 days as a spa owner or direc- tor, social media strategies that bring visitors through the door, employee engagement to improve staff performance and durability and space optimisation. Monday’s programme will cover spa marketing to increase the number of clients, spa franchises, the viability of medi-spa offer- ings and how ecology can impact positively on the bottom line. The speaker line-up includes Aldina Duarte-Ramos, director of development, wellbeing activities, at Sofi tel and Thalassa Sea & Spa; Corinna Yapp, director of sales at Como Shambhala Estate; Greg Payne, spa operations director at Amanresorts International;


THE FEES There are two diff erent packages:


EXECUTIVE PACKAGE Full conference attendance including lunch, morning coffee and afternoon tea. Exclusive access to the Professional Spa & Wellness networking lounge and access to the Professional Beauty exhibition.


One day (Sunday or Monday) £189 +VAT = £226.80 Two days (Sunday and Monday) £275 +VAT = £330 Saturday workshop £225 +VAT = £270


Kathryn Moore, director of opera- tions at Mspa International; and Paul Hawco, director of Talise spa operations at Jumeirah. New for 2014, the event also includes a pre-convention work- shop on spa psychology. Hosted by Neil Orvay, founder of the Sense of Touch day spa chain, the all-day workshop will be held on Saturday 22 February and will inspire and motivate attendees into taking their business forward by offering an insight into how using psychol- ogy can help motivate their team and drive treatment and retail sales.


VIP PACKAGE All the executive package as well as a ticket for the World Spa & Wellness Awards dinner including: champagne reception, three course meal with wine, entertainment and the awards on Sunday 23 February at Guildhall, London. Plus dedicated concierge service with access to our team of specialists who will help make your stay as smooth as possible. Plus, if you’re in town, the Director’s networking party at A-Loft hotel ExCeL on the evening of Saturday 22 February.


One day (Sunday or Monday) £297 +VAT = £356.40 Two days (Sunday and Monday) £385 +VAT = £462 Saturday workshop £225 +VAT = £270


To book your delegate’s pass for the 2014 Professional Spa & Wellness Convention, visit www.professionalspawellness.com/convention


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