Mark your calendars, everyone! Thursday, March 26, we at Janeiro Digital are hosting the second event in our Thought Leadership Series. You may recall our inaugural event from last summer with Life is Good CEO Bert Jacobs – and how awesome it was. We’re thrilled to resurrect the series – this time featuring Chris Boyce, CEO of Virgin Pulse.
Virgin Pulse is passionate about inspiring and engaging employees to live better every day. In fact, it believes that health embraces a lot more than physical wellness. It encompasses every aspect of life: physical, emotional, social, and financial health, and more. The result? Energized, focused people driven to tackle anything standing in their way.
This session of Janeiro Digital’s thought leadership series will bring together a who’s who of the Boston tech and wellness communities to discuss, inform, and learn about how their peers are viewing technology as an enabler of wellness, health and even overall happiness.
Chris will lead the discussion on how to use technology to make employees happier, leveraging business examples to demonstrate how overall employee health can make a major impact on engagement and productivity. His discussion will highlight key business difficulties he’s overcome and the results of defeating those obstacles. Through the best of social, gamification, rewards, wearable fitness devices and mobile apps (combined with the great consumer experience Virgin is known for), this session will demonstrate how and why businesses should enable employees to make healthy, long-lasting behavior changes across all aspects of their lives.
Interested? Read on for the logistical details.
Date & Time: March 26, 2015, 4:30-7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Life is Good Headquarters – Fort Point Boston
51 Melcher Street, Boston, MA 02210
Cost: Suggested Donation at the Door of $20 to Greater Boston Food Bank
Miscellaneous: b.good Burger Bar, Craft Beer and Wine Provided
Register: Sign Up Now!
We’ll see you there! For those who can’t make it but want to follow along, be sure to check out the #DrinksandThinks hashtag on Twitter.
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