SALT LAKE CITY, April 12, 2021—Amelia Wilcox of Nivati was recently awarded a 2021 Women in Business to Watch award from The Startup Weekly. The Startup Weekly presented the Women in Business to Watch award to individuals who have demonstrated distinct entrepreneurial excellence in building and growing businesses in 2021—a tremendous feat given the challenges still present due to COVID-19.
As a massage therapist, Amelia Wilcox started Nivati (formerly Incorporate Massage) with a passion for helping people with their physical and mental wellbeing. Nivati now helps people all over the United States get the mental health support they need—from teletherapy to virtual yoga to life coaching.
This year’s awards attracted a record number of applications from leaders across several industries and company stages in the United States. The winners were selected by an esteemed panel of judges comprised of top founders, investors, and senior business leaders. The judges evaluated applicants based on personal achievements, professional success, and contributions to the business community at large.
“This year’s award recipients represent the very best of entrepreneurial excellence in the United States. The judging panel was thoroughly impressed by the accomplishments of all awardees,” said Peter Justin, Managing Editor of The Startup Weekly.
Nivati’s high-growth mental health platform provides the easiest way to understand and manage employee mental wellbeing. The app provides HIPAA-compliant real-time employee data to companies and an on-demand mental health solution for employees. Nivati’s employee wellness app has some of the highest utilization rates among EAPs—at 65%. From teletherapy with licensed counselors globally to comprehensive proactive care including meditation and coaching, Nivati is a single platform to support the wellbeing of the whole employee—anytime, anywhere.
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