The Virgin Pulse, which is also well known as the market leader in the current rapidly-growing employee health engagement category, has recently announced that their CEO Mr. Chris Boyce is going to participate in several high-profile speaking sessions at the upcoming 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is taking place from January 7-10 in the LA.
Virgin Pulse CEO Chris Boyce to discuss employee wellness and engagement at CES
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The special panel discussions will frequently focus on the strategies the employers can use to create a fresh and healthier, more engaged, and also a more productive workforce. In addition to a special panel as a part of the Sports and FitnessTech Summit at the CES, Mr. Boyce is also going to participate in a discussion at the CES Digital Health Summit.
Mr. Boyce is scheduled to join the industryexperts in the session, more specifically, named, “Trimming the increasing Fat in the Corporate America,” and it is going to be moderated by Mr. Eric Taub, who is best known as a writer for the famous daily New York Times, which is going to take place on January 7 at the CES, from 1:10 – 1:55 p.m. PT. The discussion is considered to focus on how the companies arebeing proactive to their partnerwith the digital fitness and the wellness companies to create a more corporate environment that can motivate and also encourage fitness on a daily basis.
People joining Mr. Boyce on the panel are: Amy McDonough who is the Director of the Business Development at Fitbit; Mr. Dan Botwinick, the Vice President of Marketing and Program Development at Zamzee; Mr. Nicole Nichols, who is the Managing Editor at Spark People; and also, Mr. Christopher Nicholson, the Vice President and COO at the Humana Health and Productivity Solutions.
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