MAD World Summit: Workplace mental health and exercise

More than 70 world-leading mental health experts have converged in London for the MAD World Summit, run by Make A Difference.

Among those joining them at the conference have been business leaders from a number of FTSE 100 firms, to put a focus on workplace mental health.

New research released as part of the event suggests a new approach to movement and exercise during the working day is key to improving our wellbeing.

The scientific study, one of the largest of its kind, has been carried out by ASICS, and we spoke to their executive vice president, Gary Raucher.

Tanya Francis 21st October 2021

TagNews, LocationCity of London

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