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Senior appointment for workplace wellbeing company

Sheffield-headquartered national workplace wellbeing company Champion Health has appointed a wellbeing lead to its growing team.

Dan Craig joins the company with over a decade of experience in the field of health sciences and employee wellbeing. Joining from AXA Health, Dan previously managed corporate wellbeing programmes and worked closely with the organisation’s senior leadership team.

In the role, which is a new position to support the growth of Champion Health, Dan will support Champion’s clients as he develops robust engagement strategies, onboards new clients and delivers anonymous employee health reports.

The business provides innovative health and wellbeing solutions for the workplace, developed by world-leading academics, GPs and technology professionals.

Dan Craig comments:

“I’m really pleased to be joining Champion Heath at a time when workplace wellbeing is even more fundamental to company culture, for all the right reasons. An individual’s health risk is a business risk and the more we can do to tackle all of those, the better. I want to see a world where people’s health hasn’t been destroyed because of where they’ve worked.

“If we can use the right information at the right time, we can help individuals transform their health so they can lead happier, longer and healthier lives.”

Harry Bliss, CEO and co-founder at Champion Health, adds:

“Dan will be working closely alongside our members to ensure engagement is at its highest level. We recruited Dan because of his energy, his effort and his commitment to the mission behind the organisation and he’s already been an asset to our growing team.”

Dan joins the Champion Health team at a time of change for the organisation. With the continued success of its workplace health platform, his focus will be to ensure Champion’s clients and partners are fully supported in creating impactful wellbeing strategies that help their people live healthier lives.