We provide the tools you need to help your team adopt sustainable habits by promoting employee engagement and individual behavior change.
Our platform helps your company achieve sustainability,
transferring corporate values to your employees
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WHAT WE DO

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What we do
Visionarity helps companies achieve their sustainability goals by targeting people’s behavior.
We develop a corporate online challenge for employees that uses gaming features to help them adopt more sustainable habits in areas such as Energy Consumption, Health and Mobility.
WHY WE DO IT

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

People are inspired by values which help them feel better

GAMIFICATION

With game mechanics we encourage real behavioral changes

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Results in happier and more committed employees

OUR PRODUCTS

Our Corporate Program

Visionarity’s Programs have the unique ability to engage your employees, help them adopt healthier habits, increase their knowledge about company goals, foster team building and promote a sustainable culture at the workplace.

Learn more about our Corporate Programs:

ENERGY, HEALTHMOBILITY

Find out more information about our new Energy Program, KELVIN4LABSdeveloped by Visionarity to encourage energy efficiency in the laboratory.

Check here our #HealthTips series!

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97

% increase on daily physical activity per employee

50

% reduction on electricity used per employee

95

% persistence after 1 year. True behavioral change

ThankYouForSavingTheWorld

Every single step is the beginning of a better world

Testimonial & Clients


  • "Wow!!! This is a very creative program and motivates everybody to be active. Thank you!"
  • "The whole challenge has had a huge positive impact on me."
  • "This is real fun! The challenge built up team spirit, and also motivated my team's competitive side ;)"
  • "Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in the challenge. It is a great idea and the transparency and competition created by the platform is very motivating."
  • "This is the best exercise program I've had so far. I really like it!"
  • “The challenge is really cool - well done!! Looking forward to the path ahead of us :-)”
  • “I am enjoying it. I like the short hints you put on the site on how to improve your daily routines with regard to health and physical activities.”
  • “Totally! I think it's a really great example of how gamification can work!! I am already calculating how I can top my steps today, so you see, it definitely works!”
  • “It inspires us to overcome our limits ... thanks !”
  • “You have done a great job on the site and getting people motivated. Let’s help keep the momentum!”
  • "Wow!!! This is a very creative program and motivates everybody to be active. Thank you!"
  • "The whole challenge has had a huge positive impact on me."
  • "This is real fun! The challenge built up team spirit, and also motivated my team's competitive side ;)"
  • "Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in the challenge. It is a great idea and the transparency and competition created by the platform is very motivating."
  • "This is the best exercise program I've had so far. I really like it!"
  • “The challenge is really cool - well done!! Looking forward to the path ahead of us :-)”
  • “I am enjoying it. I like the short hints you put on the site on how to improve your daily routines with regard to health and physical activities.”
  • “Totally! I think it's a really great example of how gamification can work!! I am already calculating how I can top my steps today, so you see, it definitely works!”
  • “It inspires us to overcome our limits ... thanks !”
  • “You have done a great job on the site and getting people motivated. Let’s help keep the momentum!”

News

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May 2016
Why is yoga so good for our health?

Yoga might might help you improve your memory besides your body   The study was carried out by the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation on 25 adults with memory and language problems that sometimes precede Alzheimer’s disease. The participants were randomly chosen and then split in two groups. One group completed a course of three months in yoga and meditations and the other a course of memory training exercises. Scientists found out that that participants equally improved their verbal memory skills, which help people remember names and word lists. However, yoga offered more benefits to those who practiced it, especially in visual spatial memory, which is the type of memory that helps Read more

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25
May 2016
How much sleep loss affects our health

People that sleep less than five hours are more likely to catch a cold than people who sleep seven hours or more According to a study published by the “Association of Insufficient Sleep With Respiratory Infection Among Adults” in the U.S., sleep loss can undermine our immune system and therefore make us weaker to infectious illnesses. Sleep deprivation is a problem that continues to grow in adult population. In the U.S., at least 18% of adults get insufficient sleep. Chronic sleep loss is associated with several performance deficits like lack of attention, vigilance, memory and difficulties with complex decision making.   Percent of adults in the United States who usually Read more

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19
May 2016
How millennials are shaping the future of digital health

Nowadays technology has a great potential for improving how we manage our health. Thanks to the power of connectivity, current health care providers have a great opportunity to shape and revolutionize healthcare in new ways. It is important to have millennials into consideration when analyzing new technologies since their opinions, preferences and habits represent the future of digital health. Therefore, healthcare systems should create mobile solutions to target this audience. According to the report published by Salesforce, millennials have a strong interest in using digital technologies to collaborate with their primary care physician. Millennials, the next generation of patients, want innovations for how they will connect with current health providers Read more

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17
May 2016
What sedentary behavior does to our health

Sedentary behavior like sitting too long can increase health risks by a 30%   As we all know, sitting for extended periods brings several negative consequences to our health. Studies have found out that this kind of sedentary behavior increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes and nonalcoholic liver disease. According to “Guidelines for Sitting”, the study published in 2015 by The British Journal of Sports Medicine, it is recommended to invest between two and four hours of standing and light activity spread throughout the day. It is no secret that sitting causes physiological changes in the body. Sedentary behavior triggers several health risks linked to inflammation and other Read more

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Contact

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SWITZERLAND Office

St. Alban-Vorstadt 80, 4052 Basel, SWITZERLAND
contact_us@visionarity.com
+41 61 271 17 58

SPAIN Office

Argensola 16, 28004 Madrid, SPAIN
contact_us@visionarity.com

SPAIN Office

Argensola 16, 28004 Madrid, SPAIN
contact_us@visionarity.com