Taking wellness into digital age in a push to go global
Spectrum Wellness is attracting the biggest tech companies by providing a huge range of corporate health services, writes Emmet Ryan
An Irish business is betting on big tech companies looking to invest in all aspects of staff health and wellbeing.
Spectrum Wellness aims to raise up to €4 million by year end as it looks to grow internationally by providing corporate health services covering everything from physical fitness to mental health and parenting advice.
The Dublin-based business also plans to hire between 85 and 135 people over the next 15 months.
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