Georgie Drury

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Georgie Drury’s background showcases her three great passions: technology, wellbeing and innovation.

Before founding her company, Springday, Georgie worked at the forefront of organisational development and learning and development, specialising in E-learning platforms and mobile commerce. She has also led innovation teams within the recruitment industry, winning an AIM award for digital innovation with her online career hub.

Personally, wellbeing is a key interest. Here, her activities range from mentoring young women in tech to sailing in Australia’s Sydney to Hobart yacht race. Seeing firsthand how important wellbeing, engagement and culture are to business, Georgie realised she could bring wellbeing to corporations using technology and that innovative idea was the genesis for Springday.

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