Asia-Pacific Spa and Wellness Coalition (APSWC)
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Founded Mar 2006, as the result of an informal roundtable where 76 industry professionals from across the region gathered in Singapore to map out a development strategy to improve and promote the spa industry for the benefit of all. Previously also referred to as Asia-Pacific Spa and Wellness Association. Registered in accordance with Singapore law, July 2007. Launched membership programme, June 2016.
Promote, protect, educate and develop the spa and wellness industry in the Asia-Pacific region.Available with paid subscription only.
Networking/liaising; knowledge management/information dissemination; guidance/assistance/consulting; standards/guidelines; advocacy/lobbying/activism; events/meetings.
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Members in 13 countries
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