Saturday August 15, 2020

Start-up of the day: getHealth

In the latest start-up of the day, we look at a company whose application helps companies run wellness programmes for staff.

27th March, 2012
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getHealth: an app for online health planning

This week the Irish University Entrepreneurship Forum (IUEF) is showcasing some of Ireland's young entrepreneurial talent. The student-run initiative connects business leaders with entrepreneurs in third level education in Ireland.

Throughout this week The Daily Business Post will interview some of the companies involved in the IUEF. Today's company is **getHealth**, an online and mobile health planner for employees.

**Company:** [getHealth](http://gethealthapp.com/)

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