Spas

Disponível somente no TrabalhosFeitos
  • Páginas : 92 (22933 palavras )
  • Download(s) : 0
  • Publicado : 8 de abril de 2013
Ler documento completo
Amostra do texto
THE GLOBAL SPA ECONOMY 2007

May 2008

THE GLOBAL SPA ECONOMY 2007
The Global Spa Summit gratefully acknowledges the support of our sponsors who made the research for the Global Spa Economy possible.

Raison d’Etre

About Global Spa Summit The Global Spa Summit is an international organization that brings together leaders and visionaries to positively impact and shape the future of theglobal spa and wellness industry. Founded in 2006, the organization hosts an annual Global Spa Summit where top industry executives gather to exchange ideas and advance industry goals. For more information on the Global Spa Summit, please visit: www.globalspasummit.org.

About SRI International Founded in 1946 as Stanford Research Institute, SRI International is an independent, nonprofitorganization that performs a broad spectrum of problem-solving consulting and research and development services for business and government clients around the world. More information on SRI is available at: www.sri.com.

Copyright The Global Spa Economy 2007 report is the property of the Global Spa Summit LLC. None of its content – in part or in whole – may be copied or reproduced without the expresswritten permission from the Global Spa Summit. Quotation of, citation from, and reference to any of the data, findings, and research methodology from the report must be credited to “Global Spa Summit, Global Spa Economy 2007, prepared by SRI International, May 2008.” To obtain permission for copying and reproduction, or to purchase a copy of the report, please contact the Global Spa Summit byemail: research@globalspasummit.org or through www.globalspasummit.org.

The Global Spa Economy 2007

Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ........................................................................................................ 1 I. OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................... 4 II. ANALYTICALFRAMEWORK .......................................................................................... 7 A. DEFINING THE SPA ECONOMY .......................................................................................................... 7 B. QUANTIFYING THE SIZE OF THE SPA ECONOMY............................................................................. 13 III. THE 2007 SPA ECONOMY........................................................................................... 14 A. B. C. D. CORE SPA INDUSTRIES..................................................................................................................... 16 SPA-ENABLED INDUSTRIES ............................................................................................................... 35 ASSOCIATED SPA LIFESTYLEINDUSTRIES ........................................................................................... 38 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE SPA INDUSTRY..................................................................................... 40

IV. HOW TO USE THE FINDINGS TO MOVE THE SPA INDUSTRY FORWARD .................... 42 V. SPA ECONOMY RESEARCH AND ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY ............................... 45 A.DATA COLLECTION.......................................................................................................................... 45 B. ESTIMATION METHODOLOGIES ....................................................................................................... 47 VI. REFERENCES................................................................................................................ 58 VII. ABOUT THE RESEARCH TEAM ..................................................................................... 62

The Global Spa Economy 2007 report was prepared by SRI International in agreement with the Global Spa Summit. The study was led by Ophelia Yeung, Director of Economics Program, and Katherine Johnston, Senior Economist, with contributions from: Nancy Chan, Economic and...
tracking img