In the post-pandemic era, physical and mental health are emerging as a top social impact priority among businesses of all sizes. But can we rethink wellness more holistically? How can businesses capture this renewed attention and activate change also for the wider community and our planet?
The pandemic has taught us that wellness will remain a priority for a long time to come – in what ways should conventional definitions of wellbeing be challenged and reimagined? What are the local and global trends on this?
What are the good-practice models to engage busy citydwellers to prioritise health and wellness to achieve shared prosperity for our people and the planet?
How might businesses and community organisations take action together to make Hong Kong a “Wellness City” by 2030?
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Rethink the potential synergies and opportunities across existing talent engagement and social impact programmes against the eight dimensions of holistic wellness: physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, vocational, financial and environmental