Networking was a key benefit of Phase 2 of the New Frontiers programme at Waterford Institute of Technology for Richard Murphy
Richard Murphy CEO of Zevo Health participated on Phase 2 of the New Frontiers Programme in Waterford Institute of Technology in 2016.
Zevo Health provides employee wellbeing training through online and offline programmes. The programmes are designed by health experts and deliver programmes in areas such as resilience, work-life balance, mindfulness, stress management. Incorporating online and offline programmes allow Zevo Health to be comprehensive and accessible in our approach.
Since its inception in 2017, Zevo Health has gone from strength to strength to become one of the most innovative and expert-led drivers of workplace wellbeing. Zevo Health employs over 40 full time staff with 15 of those coming from a strong wellbeing and research background. This along with their marketing, product, operations and commercial teams the future of Zevo Health looks very promising.
In April 2021, Zevo Health launched the Zevo Health Institute which includes their International Science Advisory Board. The vision of the Zevo Health Institute is to elevate their industry to the next level in employee wellbeing and to lead the way in research and evidence-based workplace interventions. Zevo Health recently welcomed Paula Brough - Professor of Org. Psychology, Mark Cropley - Professor of Health Psychology and Alex Edmans Professor of Finance with expertise in Health Economics to their Advisory Board.
Richard says "being part of the WIT New Frontiers programme I found the networking to be extremely beneficial. I learnt a lot from other participants and also from the success of previous participants on the programme."
Find out more at www.wit.ie/newfrontiers.