The Art of Healing

Our Youth Are Ready To Do Things Differently

Disruption in the wellness industry?

Jane Kitchen, editor, Spa Business Handbook

“Gen Z (born after 1996) are shaping up to be a globally-minded, philanthropic, individualistic generation. By 2019, they will account for 32 per cent of the world’s population. Baby Boomers still have a big influence on wellness however: they will help fuel the growth in wellness communities; they are transforming the wellness space in senior living; and they still have more disposable income than other generations. But it’s youth, as always, who will drive change, and this next generation is ready

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