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Welcome to our Q2 newsletter: The latest news, insights and resources.


We continue to see an accelerated demand for Digital Wellbeing services across Insurers, Employers and Employee Benefits Consultants, all seeking to offer something truly differentiated and of meaningful value to their communities. During this past quarter, Tictrac has expanded its global footprint across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia to work with innovative partners. Additionally, we have also brought on board more Experts-in-Residence in the areas of Musculoskeletal / Physio, Financial Wellbeing and Mental Wellbeing, adding even more depth and breadth to Tictrac.


We’re excited for what the next few months hold, and we’re delighted to bring you the latest stories in creating meaningful relationships with customers, innovation news and best practice too.


If you have a question or want to get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.


Warmest regards,

Martin Blinder

CEO of Tictrac


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REBA Partnership

We’re delighted to announce our partnership with REBA (Reward and Employee Benefits Association) to bring to life thought-leadership, research and events with their community of thousands of HR leaders.

Generali say Ciao to challenge success

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Employers need you - Mental health support is a top retention factor



Insurers have a lot to offer when it comes to helping employers with their brand and employee retention levels. When employers use technology to understand their people better, it acts as a data-driven mirror of the workforce. At an anonymised, aggregate level, tech can show how a workforce is feeling about their mental, physical, social and financial health, which is powerful for employers and insurers alike.


Introducing our newest experts-in-residence



We recently launched our new mental wellbeing series, featuring our brand new content contributors, Niraj Shah and Jessica Warren, who are the co-founders of
Mind : Unlocked. With years of experience having worked with the likes of Cisco, EY, PWC and Unilever, Niraj and Jessica will be sharing practical, science-based tools to help you support your customers with their mental health.