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We Work Well Expands Global Footprint

We Work Well’s next in-person event will take place at the Langham Huntington.

We Work Well Inc, a hosted buyer event company, continues to expand its global footprint with two recent events, the inaugural We Work Well EMEA event on Feb. 4 and We Work Well North America on Feb. 22. 

We Work Well EMEA event ushered in a new phase of growth for the company with its first event in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The event leveraged We Work Well’s virtual platform, taking the We Work Well concept online to connect global spa and wellness suppliers with key decision-makers from high volume luxury spas worldwide through scheduled one-on-one meetings, education, and networking.

“We are delighted that the international spa community has embraced our event format,” says co-founder Monica Helmstetter. “With over 15 countries, eight time zones, and many different languages represented, it’s exciting we’ve been able to replicate the feel of a live We Work Well event.” 

“February also marks an important milestone for our company. Since our first virtual event in June 2020, we have now hosted more than 1,500 pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings on our platform,” says co-founder Lucy Hugo. “Though this innovation was a response to the pandemic, we always believed in the potential of this tool and are excited to see how it can further impact the future of We Work Well.” 

The next We Work Well North America event will take place on May 4, followed by We Work Well EMEA on May 19. An in-person We Work Well event is planned for September 26 to 29 at The Langham Huntington (Pasadena, CA).

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Julie is the co-founder of Well Defined and a longtime influencer and advocate in the wellness world. Along with her work at Well Defined, she is an executive recruiter and marketing specialist for Hutchinson Consulting. She is also a consultant and content strategist for numerous wellness brands. She is the former editor-in-chief and publisher of American Spa and was named a 2019 Folio Top Woman in Media in the Industry Trailblazers category and a 2018 winner of ISPA’s Innovate Award. She is also a seasoned journalist, specializing in spa, travel, health, fitness, wellness, sustainability, and beauty. She has been published in Departures, ForbesTraveler.com, E! Online, Gayot.com, Insider’s Guide to Spas, Luxury Travel Advisor, Marin Magazine, Ocean Home, Smart Meetings, Spa Asia, and Travel Agent.