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UKSA launches industry survey to lobby government for clearer reopening guidelines
By Megan Whitby 04 May 2020
Survey results will be published in May and used soon after in conjunction with a joint wellness industry lobbying group for presentation to the government.
The UK Spa Association (UKSA) is conducting an industry survey to gather information to lobby the UK government for clear reopening guidance after COVID-19.

Named the ‘What’s next for Wellness?’ survey, the questionnaire covers a range of topics asking participants questions such as how COVID-19 has impacted their businesses’ financially, how operating procedures may be adapted during the reopening phase, whether the company has applied for furlough assistance and how training has been approached during lockdown.

The results will be published in May and used soon after in conjunction with a joint wellness industry lobbying group for presentation to the government.

The UKSA is calling all spa operators, directors, spa therapists, suppliers, consultants or anyone whose business is affected by the future collective success of the wellness industry, to take the survey and to help the organisation gain the answers needed to reopen spas and wellness establishments safely.

Helena Grzesk, GM of UKSA, explained: “We need the correct knowledge and understanding of how we can reopen our businesses and our industry as a whole, so we’re conducting this survey to collect vital data we need to be able to represent the sector so we can provide the correct information to help businesses reopen safely.

“The more data we collect, the more we can show the impact that COVID-19 has had on our industry,” she urged.

The survey will close on 8 May 2020 and respondents will get exclusive first access to download results.

To take the survey, follow this link.


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UKSA launches industry survey to lobby government for clearer reopening guidelines
POSTED 04 May 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
Survey results will be published in May and used soon after in conjunction with a joint wellness industry lobbying group for presentation to the government.
We need the correct knowledge and understanding of how we can reopen our businesses and our industry as a whole
– Helena Grzesk
The UK Spa Association (UKSA) is conducting an industry survey to gather information to lobby the UK government for clear reopening guidance after COVID-19.

Named the ‘What’s next for Wellness?’ survey, the questionnaire covers a range of topics asking participants questions such as how COVID-19 has impacted their businesses’ financially, how operating procedures may be adapted during the reopening phase, whether the company has applied for furlough assistance and how training has been approached during lockdown.

The results will be published in May and used soon after in conjunction with a joint wellness industry lobbying group for presentation to the government.

The UKSA is calling all spa operators, directors, spa therapists, suppliers, consultants or anyone whose business is affected by the future collective success of the wellness industry, to take the survey and to help the organisation gain the answers needed to reopen spas and wellness establishments safely.

Helena Grzesk, GM of UKSA, explained: “We need the correct knowledge and understanding of how we can reopen our businesses and our industry as a whole, so we’re conducting this survey to collect vital data we need to be able to represent the sector so we can provide the correct information to help businesses reopen safely.

“The more data we collect, the more we can show the impact that COVID-19 has had on our industry,” she urged.

The survey will close on 8 May 2020 and respondents will get exclusive first access to download results.

To take the survey, follow this link.
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