Good for You, Good for the City with Scott Cain

What would employee health, business performance and our cities be like if our employees chose to run or even cycle to work and left the car and public transport behind? One big challenge though is that the infrastructure to be able to shower and change has not been easily accessible. Most companies also have not had showers in their buildings. This may be about to change! Scott Cain is the founder and CEO of RunFriendly (www.runfriendly.com). He is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at UCL Bartlett, in the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, and holds advisory roles with Faculty.ai (Artificial Intelligence and machine learning), PSYT, PAN Studio and Centric Lab. Previously Scott was Chief Business Officer and Executive Director at the Future Cities Catapult, a world-leading urban innovation centre. Join us as we discuss executive health, how organizations can support their employees in getting healthier and more productive and the benefits to our cities.

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More about Scott Cain:

Scott is the founder and CEO of RunFriendly (www.runfriendly.com). He is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at UCL Bartlett, in the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, and holds advisory roles with Faculty.ai (Artificial Intelligence and machine learning), PSYT, PAN Studio and Centric Lab.

Scott was Chief Business Officer and Exec Director at the Future Cities Catapult, a world-leading urban innovation centre. Scott led the investment round, securing the initial £43m to establish the centre, before becoming its Start-Up Director and then CBO.

Scott was Deputy CEO at Enterprise UK, helping to create a more entrepreneurial culture among young people in the UK. He worked to a board comprising the Director Generals of the CBI, IoD, FSB and British Chamber of Commerce as well as HM Treasury. Scott also co-founded and chaired Global Entrepreneurship Week, for which he remains a Non-Executive Director of Global Entrepreneurship Network (GENUK).

To listen to this episode from the free archives, please visit: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113829/good-for-you-good-for-the-city-with-scott-cain


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