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Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) has united with Virgin Pulse and ShapeUp, effective February 24, 2016 to become the largest global provider of employee engagement, health and performance solutions.
Australian-founded GCC was incepted in 2004, and has offices around the world – including the USA, Canada, the UK, Switzerland, Singapore and Australia, having engaged two million people in 185 countries, through its solutions.
Virgin Pulse is known for providing a technology-enabled user-experience to drive employee health and productivity.
GCCEO Tom Sermon commented on the partnership: “We’re thrilled to now be part of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group which marks a new chapter in our growth story and commitment to changing even more lives for good.”
“Because of GCC’s innovative and entrepreneurial culture, Virgin Pulse is a fantastic fit for us. Just like GCC, ShapeUp is another young, dynamic business so we’re going to make a powerful combination.”
Sir Richard Branson spoke about GCC and ShapeUp joining the Virgin Pulse family: “I am delighted that Virgin Pulse, GCC and ShapeUp are now joining forces to create an even stronger platform and service. This will ensure our customers can promote health and wellbeing for their people around the world.”