Bangkok, September 27th 2013
India demonstrates all the demographic advantages of an ideal market for leading international spa and wellness brands. This is one of the many findings in a fascinating new market report on India released by Horwath HTL, Health and Wellness. Horwath HTL, Health and Wellness, led by industry veteran Ingo Schweder, are the new addition to Horwath HTL, the worlds largest and most experienced hospitality consultants.
The report, written to coincide with the 2013 Global Spa and Wellness Summit being held in New Delhi on the 5-7th of October, looks at the key components of this vibrant market.
“The idea of ‘wellness’ has become increasingly ingrained in conventional notions of what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, complementing existing scientific and medical approaches to health. Thus, the global spa industry has responded by innovating a broad spectrum of offerings that can fulfill increasingly savvy consumer demands. In India, the concept of ‘wellness’ has been interwoven into various aspects of local culture through the traditions and practice of Ayurveda and yoga, which originated in the foothills of the Himalayas.”
The report covers:
About Horwath HTL, Health and Welless
Horwath HTL Health and Wellness is part of Horwath HTL, (Hotels Tourism and Leisure) one of the world’s pre-eminent consulting specialists in the Hotel, tourism and leisure industries, providing unequalled experience and expertise for client projects around the world through a combination of detailed local knowledge and international understanding. Horwath HTL is currently the world’s largest and most experienced consulting organisation specialised in hospitality, with over 50 offices in 39 countries.
Horwath HTL is a member of Crowe Horwath International, a professional association of accounting and management consulting firms founded in New York in 1915. Crowe Horwath International is currently ranked among the top ten international professional service groups with offices in close to 586 cities in 108 countries.