Music 4 Life® is a sub-section of the wellness industry, which is growing at an incredible rate. This week, we want to share with investors high-level numbers around this sector because they are certainly impressive.
So, investors, shall we talk numbers?
According to studies from the Global Wellness Institute conducted from 2013 to 2015, the wellness industry is now a $3.72 trillion global industry. During those two years, the wellness industry grew by 10.6%. (Reports on 2016 expected to be released in early 2017; we will post as soon as the numbers become available.)
Other highlights that investors might want to know about the wellness industry:
- The wellness industry’s double-digit growth during 2013 – 2015 was even though the global GDP shrank by 3.6%. This is a nearly 15% growth gap.
- The amount that people spend on wellness is nearly half the amount that they spend on health ($7.6 trillion dollars).
- The wellness industry now accounts for 5.1% of global economic output.
Music 4 Life® has long believed in music therapy and the wellness industry. That’s why after decades of business, we’re expanding our services so that we can more powerfully serve those who connect with our message. We fall under the Global Wellness Institute category of Complementary & Alternative Medicine. We’ll go into more detail next week, but to give you a quick preview, 2013 to 2015 revenues in this sub-section grew from $186.7 to $199 billion.
Equity in our company is now available to accredited investors. If you would like to read our business plan, pro forma, PPM and our presentation deck, simply create your free investors profile on our funding portal Castle Peak Finance and you’ll gain access to everything you need to make an intelligent decision in an industry that’s bringing wellness to the world.
Information from Global Wellness Institute: http://bit.ly/2h102ov
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