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Rebecca Wayman

Club Insure reveals new partnership with Yorkshire 'wellbeing experts'

Today (February 12), Leeds-based specialist insurance brokers, Club Insure, has announced a brand new partnership with workplace wellbeing firm, hero.

The partnership will see Club Insure help to launch hero’s new app, Navigator, and further demonstrates the insurance broker’s dedication to wellbeing.

The app and online platform will help staff keep track of their personal health and wellbeing by linking to wearables such as Apple Watches and Fitbits, and giving key information about nutrition, sleep and exercise through the wellbeing library.

The partnership will run for an initial 12 months, with an extension planned for 2020 and beyond.

The partnership with hero is set to connect all the current activity as well as encouraging users to live a healthier life away from work.

The partnership has already been kicked off with a series of one-to-one health checks for Club Insure staff by the director of content and Delivery at hero, Andy Romero-Birbeck.

Club Insure’s communications manager, Sam Humphrey, added: “We’re delighted to bring hero wellbeing and their app on board to help our staff become fitter, healthier and happier.

“We know so much more than we used to about keeping a healthy balance between physical and mental health, and the hero wellbeing app does a great job of tracking a user’s complete wellbeing profile.

“We’ve already started to set some challenges for our staff within the app, and I’m delighted to say that some friendly rivalry has already started with staff members showing they’re committed to losing weight and gaining a positive work-life balance.”

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