UNMIND APPOINTS SEVEN HILLS TO LEAD WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH CAMPAIGN

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UNMIND APPOINTS SEVEN HILLS TO LEAD WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH CAMPAIGN

Seven Hills to drive campaign for the growing workplace mental health platform

Seven Hills has been appointed by Unmind, the rapidly growing workplace mental health platform that works with leading organisations including The John Lewis Partnership, Centrica, William Hill, Just Eat and British Airways.

Launched in 2016, the platform is now available to more than 250,000 employees in over 30 countries.

Unmind advocates a preventative approach to mental health, encouraging employees to nurture and take care of their own mental wellbeing with services including the Unmind Index, a tool developed by clinically backed methods which allows employees to measurably improve their mental wellbeing and target areas where support is needed.

Seven Hills will work to grow awareness of the platform and its founders, and support the company’s key mission to champion preventative mental health care in the workplace.

Dr Nick Taylor, co-founder of Unmind, said: “We’re experiencing great interest in the Unmind platform because it is helping large employers take a vastly more proactive stance in addressing the mental health of their organisations. We wanted to find a partner that would help us as we scale the business and we are excited to be working with Seven Hills, a smart firm that impressed us with great ideas and a highly proactive approach.”

Nick Giles, co-founder of Seven Hills, said: “We are delighted to be working with Unmind to encourage a better approach to mental health in the workplace. We believe that the Unmind mission- to advocate for preventative care- is incredibly important and is transforming the way larger organisations can make a tangible improvement for their employees.”

Find out more about Unmind here.

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