Australia’s Healthiest Workplace Challenge has officially gone global! ShaeWellness President, Chief Scientist, and Health Futurist, Matt Riemann, is a sought-after thought leader and visionary in business, technology, and health industries.
He was recently featured on “Talking Business” – ranked in the Global Top 10 business and technology podcasts on the world’s largest podcasting and publishing platform. Hosted by experienced journalist Leon Gettler, the advanced corporate wellness ai-technology caught this United Nations Media Peace Award winner’s attention to inform business leaders of this powerful technology, and impressive wellness initiative.
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Gettler’s journalism awards include the United Nations Media Peace Award (1997) and the Professor John Miller Distinguished Achievement Award. Gettler’s business media background includes co-editor of The Australian Institute of Management’s (AIM) journal Management Today, and was an early adopter and pioneer of podcasting at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s (RMIT) Business, Technology, and Economics podcast, where he is currently production manager for their Blockchain Innovation Hub. Gettler has been regularly featured by the Australian Associated Press (AAP), The Australian, Management Today, Business Spectator, CFO, ProPrint, CRN, Charter, In The Black and Public Accountant.
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