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Veretis Wellbeing Breakfast: Wellness-Washing

Where
33 Cross St
Double Bay NSW 2028
Australia
When

Friday 16 February from 8am to 10am

Cost

Starting from: $70

Join us for a morning of enlightening discussions and delicious food at the Veretis Wellbeing Breakfast: Wellness-Washing event. 

Our Wellness-Washing concept draws parallels with the well-known issue of greenwashing and addresses a growing concern in today’s corporate world. Many businesses are advertising their commitment to employee well-being, but there is a rising question of the authenticity and effectiveness of these initiatives. 

Bringing together over 100 leaders from top-perfoming companies across Austrtalia, we believe that everyone and every organization has a unique story to share, valuable lessons to impart, and effective strategies to gain. 

Distinguished guest speakers who are experts in their respective fields will share their experiences and insights on corporate mental health in their industry. Our hosts, Oliver and Rany, who are qualified psychological experts, will provide practical strategies to promote mental wellbeing in the workplace. 

We'll be gathering in the Grand Ballroom at the InterContinental Sydney Double Bay, an IHG Hotel, located on Cross Street in Double Bay, NSW, Australia.

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