Richmond, VA (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
BlueOceanBrain.com, a new corporate wellness application from The Rowing Team, LLC, launched Monday, September 24th. Industry experts are already calling it a game-changer given its “less is more” highly visual approach.
“We are thrilled Blue Ocean Brain is hitting the mark with company leaders. In the age of Pinterest, we understand that employees want small bites of actionable information delivered every single day. Blue Ocean Brain does this and more, all in about 10 minutes a day,” says co-creator Claire Herring.
Test companies have been selected and have started using Blue Ocean Brain. Employees can expect to learn important brain health and wellness tips, and train a variety of new brain fitness skills including: logical reasoning, visual thinking and creative problem solving. “In the Knowledge Economy most companies pay people to think for a living. Blue Ocean Brain delivers unique experiences to help employees develop brain-healthy habits which drive productivity and performance,” says Gemma Brooks, co-creator.
Industry reports project that companies will increase their investment in wellness programs over the next five years. A recent Forbes Magazine article titled “The ROI of Wellness” reported that for every $1 companies invest in wellness, they can expect to receive $3 in healthcare cost savings. Workplace problems like stress, apathy and chronic conditions cost U.S. companies hundreds of billions annually. Building a brain healthy lifestyle is receiving major buzz among consumers and is now gaining significant attention in the business world.
Blue Ocean Brain is sold on a subscription basis and offers companies with options to customize certain elements of the application to align with company priorities. Product demos are offered weekly by visiting http://www.BlueOceanBrain.com, and introductory pricing will remain in effect through 2012.
Blue Ocean Brain is developed by The Rowing Team, LLC. Based in Richmond, Virginia, the development team is comprised of wellness experts, nutritionists, neuropsychologists, change management executives and business leaders.