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Gamified challenges

An excellent mechanism for bringing people together and fostering a sense of community – the challenge feature promotes healthy physical and mental habits. People are placed in teams and taken on a virtual tour.

Challenge the people that matter most

First rule of challenge club? The total number of steps taken by each team is added up and converted to miles. The more miles they cover, the more places they ‘visit’. The team who covers the most distance wins.

Second rule of challenge club? EVERYONE talks about challenge club because it’s the most fun!
Leaderboards
Create healthy competition across your member base to drive healthy habits
Teams
Promote accountability and foster progression towards a common goal
Virtual journey
Encourage people to progress through a range of health challenges, underpinned by activity-based activities, with bonus points for mental health check-ins
Community feed
Participants can share experiences, follow progress, celebrate milestones and encourage their colleagues or fellow members

Loved by consumers, trusted by corporates

I must say the motivation of the insurance company for its clients to think about their condition, look at various recommendations and, based on on the evaluation, consider a possible lifestyle change or even visit an expert, is really nice

Silvia
Client member
I wouldn’t have thought they (client) would have put an program like that together....It’s a nice surprise... feels like a natural progression for them to come into the 21st century...it does give them an aspect about caring about their clientele, how can we make it better for you, how can we make your health better...feels like they’re a compassionate, forward thinking organisation who are looking out for their clients

Mary
Client member
I have recommended this platform to a list of my friends. Best part for me is how is the mood feature, just knowing and selecting make you pay attention to what’s happening. I was suffering anxiety when I first downloaded and knowing triggers etc helped significantly.

Mick
HeadUp member
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