Corporate Wellness, Events, Healthcare | By | 07/25/18 | 2 Minute Read

5 Reasons to Join us at Fitbit Captivate 2018

Considering joining us for Fitbit Captivate in Chicago this September? Here are a few reasons why you should:

1. Choose from thought-provoking sessions, created with you in mind. This year’s agenda is packed with more opportunities to learn and discover than ever before. Hear from digital health experts, HR and wellness professionals, and Fitbit leadership. Learn about what’s working at other organizations, and take home valuable advice you can implement right away.

2. Get inspired by the healthiest employers in America. For the second year, Fitbit is partnering with Springbuk and Healthiest Employers to announce the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America. Join us to celebrate this year’s winners and take away wellness tips and tricks these leaders swear by. There’s even still time to apply. If you’re a healthiest employer, apply now!

3. Learn all about the science of behavior change. Learn just how powerful of a tool behavior change can be when designing your own digital health and/or wellness programs. Our keynotes and breakout sessions have been designed to make learning fun, we promise.

4. Gain knowledge and steps at the same time. This isn’t your typical sit-and-sit-some-more kind of conference. In between sessions, participate in Fitbreaks that will get your blood flowing, keep you energized and help you rack up your step count.

5. Network with peers and health and wellness gurus. The Fitbit Captivate event is your chance to meet other digital health and wellness professionals from around the country. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from and connect with existing and future wellness friends.

Register now! Early bird pricing will end on July 31st at 11:59pm.

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