Registration is now open for the inaugural WELL Conference, a rich, experiential event for those committed to improving the health and well-being of people through better buildings, communities and organizations. The event will take place March 29-April 1, 2020 at the Fairmont Princess in Scottsdale, Arizona.
A first-of-its-kind wellness gathering, The WELL Conference is a curation of information and inspiration from thought leaders, experts and innovators representing multiple sectors of the wellness movement. Presented through innovative, programs focused on the issues and opportunities this gathering will provide a deeper understanding how to live well at every turn - where we live, work and play.
"The WELL Conference is where we will, for the first time, convene this ever-growing movement," said Rick Fedrizzi, chairman and CEO of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the presenter of the conference. "We are planning for a uniquely transformative experience that leverages the passion and expertise of many to forge new ideas and exchange thoughtful perspective critical to this movement. At its core, the event will leave people inspired and refreshed, reminded of the immense impact we can have when we put people at the center of our work, and hungry for more."
"We believe that design matters in every part of our lives and every decision about the places and spaces where we spend our lives should intentionally contribute to our collective happiness and wellbeing," said Randy Fiser, Hon. FASID and CEO of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), which is partnering with IWBI on the conference. "Design professionals ensure interior environments protect those who inhabit the spaces where we live, work, and play; now it's incumbent upon us to encourage greater levels of health and well-being. Through The WELL Conference, we will focus and elevate our knowledge of the health and well-being of people and how better buildings, communities, organizations, products, and technologies help all of us connect and thrive."
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