The Corporate Health and Wellness Association (CHWA) announces a partnership with Forbes that will work to advance the discussion on health and wellness programs in the workplace. This partnership will culminate in a special advertising section to appear in the September 29, 2014 Healthcare/Best Hospitals issue and will explore how new and innovative approaches to corporate wellness are increasing business profitability. In partnership with the CHWA, Forbes has discounted rates of up to 76 percent off of the open net rates for first-time advertisers in the section.
“We are very excited to be partnering with Forbes,” said Renee-Marie Stephano, President of the Corporate Health and Wellness Association. ‘With an audience of over five million executive and influencers in their print edition and over twenty million digital subscribers, this is a great opportunity to further the cause of corporate wellness. We will be able to reach the audience who can have the most impact in developing corporate wellness.”
For nearly 100 years, Forbes has been a leader in producing high-quality content that serves as the premier source of business news and analysis for industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors around the world. A pioneer in producing timely and original custom content, Forbes is in the business of ensuring that businesses have access to insight that will keep them profitable and their employees performing at their best.
It is widely recognized that a healthy and happy employee is a more productive employee and a more productive employee is good for the bottom-line. At a time when more Americans than ever are suffering from chronic and often-preventable diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease, more and more employers are implementing corporate wellness programs to combat employee illness and the absenteeism and loss of productivity that results from bad health and poor quality of life.
We invite you to participate in this special section by showcasing how your innovative approaches to corporate wellness are enhancing the performance of both your employees and your business model. Discuss how your cost-effective wellness incentives are slimming down employee waistlines while bulking up their wallets, or outline how your mobile device technology is making it easier than ever to track, share and reward employee health outcomes. This section is a perfect opportunity to demonstrate how your company’s leadership in implementing such innovative health programs has increased your productivity and competitiveness.
We appreciate your consideration and hope that you will join the Corporate Health and Wellness Association and Forbes in sharing your important message with the powerful Forbes audience.