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Global Wellness Tourism Congress Announces High-Profile Speaker Lineup
Date:6/13/2013

p>László Puczkó: Managing director of Xellum Management Consulting and president of the Association of Tourism Consultants, Puczkó is an expert on health and wellness tourism and has authored numerous books on the subject, including the co-authored Health, Tourism and Hospitality to be released at the Congress.

Professor Terry Stevens: Founder and CEO of the international, award-winning leisure and tourism consultancy Stevens & Associates, Stevens is a recognized journalist, broadcaster and trendsetter and is an authority on wellness tourism.

The Congress will hold a press conference for invited media, and the event will conclude with a gala dinner at The Oberoi, Guragon, the award-winning hotel that plays host to the conference.

“I expect this conference will finally and firmly put wellness tourism on the map, and further galvanize an emerging travel movement that can embrace the opportunity to uniquely change people’s lives,” said Andrew Gibson, Group Director of Spas, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. “The Congress will give the ministers of tourism and private sector stakeholders that attend a fresh perspective and create ideas they need to get way out in front of this wellness tourism curve, to take an early, profitable lead.”

To register for the Global Wellness Tourism Congress, visit: http://www.globalspaandwellnesssummit.org/index.php/summit-2013/registration

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