Wellness Expo is one of the world’s largest health and fitness expos, attracting over 140,000 annually. It is one of the key exhibitions at the Las Vegas Convention Center, attracting people from all over the world. And what is the main attraction of Wellness Expo?
Solar Energy Expo is its annual counterpart and is the largest solar trade exhibition in North America, attracting over 55,000 visitors each year. It is focused on the business of solar energy and has the largest variety of exhibitors among solar-related events.
Wellness Expo and Solar Energy Expo are run under the aegis of the Global Wellness & Health Summit, which is the world’s largest health and wellness event, attracting over 500,000 people each year. The Summit is a joint venture of the American Health Association and the American Diabetes Association.
Who Attends Solar Energy Expo And Wellness Expo?
The American Health Association and American Diabetes Association each have an interest in attracting the well-educated, affluent, and active target audience to their events. Both Wellness Expo and Solar Energy Expo are designed to appeal to this group of people, featuring over 190 exhibitors and over 80 educational seminars.
Although the two events are completely separate, they have a symbiotic relationship. The attendees at Wellness Expo go on to participate in the American Diabetes Association’s annual Great American Race, half of whom will also be present at Solar Energy Expo. Additionally, a number of the wellness exhibitors will appear at Solar Energy Expo, demonstrating the close connection between the two events.
This year’s edition of the Solar Energy Expo runs from June 15 to 18 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It closes with a gala banquet and awards ceremony on Monday night.
Key Facts About Solar Energy Expo And Wellness Expo
The following key facts about Solar Energy Expo and Wellness Expo are correct to the best of our knowledge. However, please check the official events website for the most current information.
Solar Energy Expo is held annually in June and Wellness Expo is held annually in October. The next edition of Solar Energy Expo is scheduled for June 15 to 18, 2016.
The 2016 edition of the Solar Energy Expo will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Its main hall, the Sands Expo Park, is located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
Wellness Expo is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center as well but is an entirely separate event. It is held from October 6 to 8 this year.
The Expo will feature over 190 exhibitors representing the whole spectrum of the solar industry, from large manufacturers to system developers and installers, as well as suppliers of solar chemicals, materials, and equipment. In addition, there will be over 80 educational seminars and workshops. Several of the world’s leading experts in the field will deliver vital information on how to operate effectively in today’s ever-evolving solar market. This year’s edition of the Solar Energy Expo is particularly focused on the need to innovate and try new things to stay competitive. Innovative ideas such as energy storage systems and microgrid technology will undoubtedly shape the future of the industry.
Wellness Expo and Solar Energy Expo each attract approximately 55,000 visitors per year. This is a considerable audience considering the size of the cities in which the events are held. Las Vegas is a city of 2.9 million people, while Brooklyn, New York, has a population of 1.8 million. It should come as no great surprise that so many people are interested in the solar industry, as the days of easy energy are numbered. With climate change being the ever-present elephant in the room and the world’s energy needs continuing to grow, it is clear that the future of solar energy is extremely promising.
Wellness Expo and Solar Energy Expo each offer a first-class experience. This is quite an accomplishment, given the size of the cities in which the events are held. Las Vegas is a city of 2.9 million people, while Brooklyn, New York, has a population of 1.8 million. So, in order to accommodate such large crowds, the organizers have wisely chosen to have the events in the form of exhibitions. This makes it much easier for potential customers to browse the exhibits and find the products and services they are looking for.
Both events are incredibly well-run and extremely customer-friendly, which is reflected in their excellent reviews on review websites such as Yelp and Google+. In particular, Yelp’s review of the 2016 edition of the Solar Energy Expo is quite positive, with over 30 reviews giving the event five stars:
- “Clean energy is the wave of the future, and it starts with solar.
- “This was the best solar show I have ever been to (…) I will attend the next one in Seattle.”
- “The best thing was how friendly and welcoming the exhibitors were. You can’t get that in a book! Excellent job!”
- “Incredible innovation and variety. Lots of green energy options. Love it!”
What Will Happen During The 2018 Solar Energy Expo?
The American Health Association and American Diabetes Association will continue with their partnership, leading to the formation of the Global Wellness & Health Summit. The Summit will launch in the fall of 2017 and run until the summer of 2018. There will be a similar event in Europe, which is focused on the pharmaceutical industry. We expect that the Global Wellness & Health Summit and the European Pharmaceutical Summit will eventually merge to form a truly global health and wellness event.
What Will Happen During The 2019 Wellness Expo?
Wellness Expo is now in its 14th year and continues to grow each year. The event will expand to three days in 2020 and will be held from October 4 to 6. Registration for the 2020 event will open soon.
Although Wellness Expo and Solar Energy Expo are quite similar in nature, they continue to grow in popularity each year and remain among the largest solar-related events in North America. The health and wellness industries continue to show a keen interest in the innovative and cutting-edge solutions that are offered by the solar industry.
Innovation will play a crucial role in the future of the solar industry, as the world quickly approaches a point of no return. The days of cheap and abundant energy are behind us and the need to innovate just to stay competitive is becoming more and more apparent. It is safe to assume that the next edition of Solar Energy Expo will not be the last.