About Us

Kamwell works with organisations to energise and transform the health and wellbeing, resilience and performance of their people.

Human health creates business health, and our philosophy is underpinned by our holistic wellbeing model, and our focus on creating healthy, purposeful, workplace cultures.

With the growing challenges of today’s fast paced, hyper-connected, multi-generational workplaces, employers face record levels of sickness absence, presenteeism, staff turnover and mental health related illness.

Legacy is out, building a ‘workforce of the future’ is in.

What We Do



A discovery phase will provide data, benchmarking and a fresh, objective view of your current wellbeing status. Invest time now to inform your future decisions, minimise risk and target your interventions where they will have most impact.


Employee Wellbeing Strategy

This is key to focusing your energy, time, resources, and investment in the right areas. We can help you join up the dots between what you are already doing, what you want to achieve, & best practices, to develop a coherent framework.


Raising Awareness

Raise awareness through our tailored high-energy health and wellbeing fairs; targeted health interventions; seasonal and national wellbeing campaigns; online & in person education, and pro-active health screenings and wellbeing solutions.


Employee Wellbeing Programmes

We can provide tailored wellbeing programmes, seminars, webinars and workshops that span all areas of our holistic wellbeing model. From creating a mental health strategy to financial education, musculoskeletal and nutrition initiatives.


Health Technology Enablers

We provide onsite self-service health kiosks, an employee wellbeing portal, online corporate fitness platforms, and a myriad of wearable technologies (e.g. Firstbeat, Fitbit, Withings, Garmin) – designed to support healthy behaviours.


Measuring Results and Impact

We can deliver a personalised Management Information dashboard that will help you measure and track the impact, progress and success of your wellbeing interventions – periodically tracking key data highlights and ROI metrics.

Events & What’s On

Health Awareness Days 2017

Dry January

01-31 Jan 2017 (UK)

Dry January participants often report losing weight, sleeping better, more energy, clearer skin plus huge savings. That’s not a bad return just for cutting out the booze for 31 days.

National Obesity Awareness Week

11-17 Jan 2017 (UK)

Join us in a national New Year’s resolution to help improve the nation’s health. Whether it’s cooking more healthily, avoiding snacks, or being a little more physically active, join in National Obesity Awareness week.

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

24-30 Jan 2017 (Europe)

Organised cervical cancer screening programmes can prevent up to 80% of cervical cancers. On Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, from 24 to 30 January, we look at symptoms, statistics and facts about the disease.

Industry Events 2017

18-19 Jan 2017

The London Health Show


The London Health Show 2017 is the ultimate event for UK’s growing Health & Wellness industry. The event will bring together the key players in the market, providing exhibitors with valuable face-time with both existing clients and potential new business partners.

09-09 Feb 2017

Manchester HR Summit

(The Midland, Manchester)

The Manchester HR Summit is a highly focused event one day event that brings the HR industry together for business meetings, interactive seminars, discussion groups and valuable networking opportunities.

Latest News

Latest News

How leveraging data can improve wellbeing

23 Mar , 17

Data analytics has emerged and grown as a critical tool throughout the healthcare industry, and workplace health and benefits are no different. As workplace wellbeing programmes continue to evolve, data analytics plays a key role in both shaping programme development and engaging employees in taking steps toward better health. Data can be used to determine …

How to improve employee wellbeing for a better bottom line

02 Feb , 17

Stressed and unhealthy employees aren’t good for morale or the business, so what can you do to encourage better health and fitness?
According to research by PwC, staff absence costs employers a total of £29 billion every year, with the average worker taking off nine days as a result of ill health.

How to create a business case for employee wellbeing

29 Jan , 17

Making a business case for wellbeing initiatives is problematic. Intervening in employees’ personal lives by providing a batch of benefits is one thing, but how can you demonstrate the ROI on major wellbeing campaigns and programmes?

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Latest Blogs

28 Apr 17

What Will Wellbeing Look Like In 2020?

Wellbeing is a $3.72 trillion industry, according to new research released by the Global Wellness Institute. With people living longer and our pace of life only getting faster. Keeping healthy is now a full-time job within itself. On the flip side of this, statistics predict that the number of people who will suffer from one …

22 Apr 17

How to make remote working, work!

When Professor Robert Kelly’s daughter marched into his office during a high-profile video interview with the BBC, nobody could have predicted the world-wide coverage this event would be afforded (if you haven’t seen the footage, you can view it here: http://bit.ly/2nR2wd5). Heated debate has ensued around his handling of the situation and the initial reports …

12 Apr 17

Emotionally healthy families are happy families

By Nick Haisman-Smith of Family Links, a charity dedicated to empowering children, parents, families, schools and workplaces to be emotionally healthy  For us here at Family Links, happiness doesn’t mean we have to be happy all the time or be forever free from difficult feelings, such a goal is impossible. Rather it means aiming to …


  • Books
  • Vlog
  • Health Apps
  • Wearable Tech
  • Case studies

The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload

In the digital age we are overwhelmed by information. Unable to make sense of it all, our creativity plummets, decision making suffers and we grow absent-minded. The twenty-first century sees us drowning under emails, forever juggling six tasks at once and trying to make complex decisions ever more quickly. This is information overload. In The Organized Mind, we learn how we got here and why smart organisation improves our memories and attention. Using a combination of academic research and examples from daily modern life, from healthcare to online dating to raising kids, the evidence shows that the secret to success is always organisation. Learn how to think straight, click here to read how!

Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead

Google receives over 1,500,000 unique applications for jobs every year. This book shows you why. * How to learn from your best employees - and your worst * Why you should only hire people who are smarter than you are * Take away managers' powers over employees * And why not to trust your gut instinct 'We spend more time working than doing anything else in life. It's not right that the experience should be so demotivating and dehumanizing.' So says Laszlo Bock, visionary head of People Operations at the company that transformed how the world interacts with knowledge: A compelling manifesto with the potential to change how we work and live, Work Rules! Keen to learn more, you can read it all here!

Thinking, Fast and Slow

The phenomenal New York Times Bestseller by Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow offers a whole new look at the way our minds work, and how we make decisions.

Why is there more chance we'll believe something if it's in a bold type face? Why are judges more likely to deny parole before lunch? Why do we assume a good-looking person will be more competent? The answer lies in the two ways we make choices: fast, intuitive thinking, and slow, rational thinking. This book reveals how our minds are tripped up by error and prejudice (even when we think we are being logical), and gives you practical techniques for slower, smarter thinking. It will enable to you make better decisions at work, at home, and in everything you do. Don't miss out, click here to read it now!


Kamwell YouTube Channel coming to you soon!

Some usefull Apps, which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store


  • Withings

  • 7 Minute Workout Challenge

  • 30 Day Ab Challenge

  • 5K (With to 5K)

  • Pacer

  • Map My Walk

  • Maping Run

  • Strava

  • Run Tracker

  • Fitbit

Lifestyle & Productivity

  • Productivity Wizard

  • Evernote

  • Microsoft Onenote

  • Stand up! The Work Break Timer

  • Healthy Habit Tracker


  • Buddhify

  • Colorful Coloring Book for Adults

  • Zen Melodies Sleep Zen Sands & White Noise for Meditation

  • Mindfulness

  • Headspace


  • My Water Balance

  • My Fitness Pal

HeartMath: scientifically monitors your emotional and physical health

The Inner Balance Transformation System is an innovative technology to improve health and wellbeing. It includes self–monitoring and integrated training. You simply run a session focusing on a positive moment and track your results over time. Research has shown that focusing on positive emotions like appreciation can greatly reduce the effects of stress and deliver you to a more calm peaceful state.

Fitbit: Activity trackers and corporate wellness programmes

When it comes to reaching your fitness goals, steps are just the beginning. Fitbit tracks every part of your day—including activity, exercise, food, weight and sleep—to help you find your fit, stay motivated, and see how small steps make a big impact. Flexible, scalable solutions to fit your corporate budget and improve the health of your employees.

Firstbeat: Heartbeat analytics for personal insights on stress, exercise and sleep

Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment is a complete health check that can maximize the potential of your people. In addition to identifying daily factors that consume or restore resources, the 24h heartbeat analysis reveals how to manage stress and perform better. Designed for 24h heart rate monitoring, Firstbeat enables you to connect the dots between lifestyle and wellbeing and identify steps towards a healthier, fitter and more productive you.


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: partners@kamwell.com

“Kirsten Samuel, Managing Director of Kamwell Limited says: “Our partners are as passionate as we are about transforming the workplace as we know it today.”

In 2013, Kamwell launched the Kamwell Partner Network (KPN), a collaboration of the very best wellbeing industry experts. Through selecting the right partners, with the same goals and values, Kamwell is able to deliver unrivalled breadth, understanding, experience and expertise to our corporate clients.


: careers@kamwell.com

Kamwell is a dynamic, fun, and growing business making a difference where it matters - people's lives!

If you are passionate about health and wellbeing, want to be part of something game changing, and want to work for a company where you have a voice and the opportunity to fulfil your true potential, we'd love to hear from you. Strong EQ, communication skills, resourcefulness, attention to detail, and a desire to be your best self is essential!

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