March 25, 2021, Vancouver, British Columbia: Wellteq Digital Health Inc. (CSE: WTEQ), (the “Company” or Wellteq”), is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Olly Bridge as Chief Growth Officer. Mr. Bridge will lead the growth strategy for Wellteq into North America, Latin America and the EMEA region.
Mr. Bridge comes to Wellteq from Medibank, Australia’s largest health insurer, where he led the design and deployment of both their corporate and retail policy holder digital health and wellness programs. The Medibank digital health program has been deployed to 3.5 million policy holders. Prior to Medibank, Mr. Bridge led the global sales development for Global Corporate Challenge, which when acquired by Virgin Pulse in 2015, was operating in 185 countries around the world. Virgin Pulse are currently the world’s largest corporate wellness provider.
Scott Montgomery, Wellteq CEO stated, “Olly built the global sales team for the world’s largest corporate health and wellness program and then he led Australia’s largest insurer’s successful transformation into a digital wellness provider for millions of its corporate and retail policy holders. At Wellteq, we have committed to onboarding exceptional talent and Olly is a world class sales growth leader for the broadening of our world class health and wellness solutions.”
Mr. Bridge stated, “I am honoured to lead Wellteq’s next stage of growth. My career has been driven by my deep-seated desire to impact health at a population scale. With my passion and experience in this space, coupled with the amazing platform offerings that Wellteq has developed, I can’t think of a better union.”
wellteq Digital Health Inc. is a leading global provider of personalized digital health and wellness
solutions across the continuum of care.
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