Asia’s only business network for the fitness and wellness industry, FIT Summit, will connect business leaders from across Asia on 25 September at the Mira Hotel, Hong Kong.
The exclusive thought leadership and business development conference will bring together 225 leaders from fitness and wellness brands to meet one another and the corporate wellness community to discuss topics like growth strategy, emerging business trends, new markets, future investment and collaboration.
The Asia Fitness & Wellness Summit will share insights and perspective from 30 leading businessmen and women across the fitness and wellness ecosystem. Confirmed speakers include:
Adam Sedlack, Co-Founder & President, UFC Gym
Andrea Lomas, Group Head, Spa, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Christy Cao, Founder, Chairman & CEO, Powerhouse Gym
Danny Yeung, Co-Founder & CEO, Prenetics Group
Heather Thomas Shalabi, Founder, Flex Studio
John Gillman, Head, Health Solutions (APAC), Fitbit
Knattapisit Krutkrongchai, Chief Marketing Officer, AIA Hong Kong and Macau
Laurie Mias, Founder & CEO, REVĪVŌ Wellness Resorts
Mignonne Chen, Vice President and Head of Wellness, J.P Morgan
Rey Bolivar, COO, Will’s Group
Scott Montgomery, Founder and CEO, WellteQ
Sean Tan, Director, True Fitness / True Yoga / TFX
About FIT Summit:
FIT Summit is the thought leadership and networking platform for Asia-Pacific’s fitness, wellness, corporate wellness and hospitality industries. Our network includes multinational gyms, franchisees, boutiques and start-ups, apparel, equipment, nutrition and technology providers, insurers, investment firms, consultancy groups, government bodies, resorts, large hotel groups, spas and corporate wellness. For more information please visit: www.thefitsummit.com
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