Regenerative Travel Updates – November 2020

We are excited to share to our latest updates as the #RegenerativeTravel movement gains traction in the media, trade, and amongst travelers.

The Global Wellness Summit 2020

The Global Wellness Summit, the foremost gathering of international leaders in the multi-trillion global wellness economy celebrates its annual conference this year from November 8-11, 2020 and has invited our Co-Founder, Amanda Ho to speak about Regenerative Travel alongside Catherine Feliciano-Chon, Managing Partner of  CatchOn, FINN Partners on Monday, November 9th. Wellness is now positioned to have its biggest impact ever on the world stage and all sectors of the wellness industry will be explored as delegates gather to be part of charting the way forward, “Resetting the World with Wellness.” To view the full agenda, click here.

Global Wellness Summit

Rewatch The TTG Luxury Travel Summit

If you missed our Co-founder of Regenerative Travel, Amanda Ho speak about “Regenerative travel, and why sustainable travel is no longer enough” during the TTG Luxury Travel Summit with Juliet Kinsman, founder of Bouteco and Henry Comyn, founder of Joro Experiences rewatch the recording.

The Regeneration Series – Save The Date

As a follow up to the Regenerative Travel Summit, we are launching a monthly virtual webinar called “The Regenerative Shift” to address key solutions to reverse climate change and how tourism can be a vehicle for positive change. Join us for a deep dive into ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ on November 11 at 10:00 AM EST. Stay tuned for the announcement to sign up!

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