hero Joins the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre’s Accelerator Programme

2nd October 2020

We are delighted to have been accepted onto the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre’s (AWRC) accelerator programme, where we will be working alongside Simon Butler and the team at Sheffield Hallam University.

hero was accepted onto the accelerator as a result of our innovative product Navigator as well as a successful proof of concept we have delivered within elite sport, corporate and real estate markets.

We will be able to work with the AWRC’s academic teams to add clinical validation to preventative health and lifestyle habits as key interventions for mental, physical and social health. We are looking forward to the continued partnership with the AWRC in addition to collaborating with the other successful participants on the programme.

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