Diversity Key to Growth of Spa Business
Diversity and flexibility are key to any business not only surviving but also thriving over a long course of time.
Consider the following terms: Spa. Tourism Spa. Media Spa. Medical Tourism Spa. What do they have in common? Naturally, the word spa. In fact many literature do not refer to the word spa in and of its own anymore, replacing it with the term “global wellness.” And the word “global” comes with global revenue figures.
In the United States, some 30,000 spa operations generate revenues of more than $13 billion. Globally, the “global wellness” sector is worth about $500 billion!These gigantic figures fuel the growth of many business sectors, creates jobs, and contributes to the well-being of not only those who go to spas but families that prosper because of it.
It is not difficult to understand the “trickle down” concept of how a spa operation contributes to other professions. Think of what happens when you go to a spa. What do you wear? If you are a woman, you can choose from Black backless disposable bra, black bandeau disposable bra,black bikini disposable panty, or black disposable ladies’ brief. Men are usually offered black disposable men’s brief. Every time you get a massage, whether you are male or female, the business has to change the disposable cradle cover.
But that is not all. Someone has to build the facility, from the specialized sauna and steam cabins to water pipes or the indoor heated swimming pool, not to mention necessities such as soap, shampoo, and towels.
The word “tourism spa” has also permeated in the United States, which is now considered one of the top five countries worldwide for “global wellness.” But for most Americans, spas are still more associated with daily leisure, even more than it is associated with medical reasons. Either way, business is booming.