Friday 29 June 2018

In a changing world, workouts strengthen more than just your physique. An exciting new trend sees business meetings moving out of the office into the gym.



Exercise and sport bring many benefits, contributing to physical fitness and mental wellbeing, as well as helping to build relationships through sharing a fun, intense and challenging experience.

It's no surprise then to see a new trend emerge which brings the benefits of a good workout into the business environment. In a changing world, some banks have found an opportunity to put wellbeing at the heart of their strategy, while strengthening relationships with clients and prospects. As the workplace evolves, you could find yourself taking your next meeting out of the boardroom, and into the ring.




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