Walk With You updates for you: Product updates, latest blogs & key upcoming dates from our wellbeing calendar
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Welcome to the April edition of our newsletter. We bring you our latest blogs, product updates, key upcoming dates from our wellbeing calendar & of course sunnier days (if only we could take credit for this 😎). Without further ado…
Blog: Did you say that May, as in next month, is the national walking month?!
National Walking Month is celebrated annually in the UK for highlighting the significance of walking and its health benefits.
Read our blog on what you can do to inspire & engage your friends, family members and colleagues to be more active every day, but especially in May.
That’s right! You can now connectWalk With Youwith your company’s Slack – our first non-wearable integration, but equally important 😊
Our Community Board serves as the cultural heartbeat for our customers and now with our Slack integration, we make it easier to engage your employees & keep them on top of announcements, celebrations & team chatter!
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