Speaking on Business: Incorporate Massage
Incorporate Massage is a highly-successful organization that specializes in chair massage.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
When Amelia Wilcox started Incorporate Massage, it came out of necessity because the business she and her husband, Chris, were running together went under in the 2008 recession, leaving them with a lot of inventory and debt. Chris was working three jobs while Amelia was doing five hours of massage every day, and they were still about to lose their house. Amelia had a friend whose brother was an executive in Salt Lake City and was providing chair massage for his employees, which gave Amelia an idea. With her own innovation, she took that concept and created Incorporate Massage.
Today, Incorporate Massage is a highly-successful organization with almost 900 employees in 41 cities across 36 states and growing. Their specialty is chair massage where they’re brought into companies to provide massage for employees. According to Gallup, only 33 percent of U.S. employees engaged in the workforce, so operations like Incorporate Massage can help address that issue because it increases employee positivity, reduces worker’s comp claims, lowers healthcare costs and improves productivity.
Incorporate Massage is the first to create an OnDemand platform where companies can book massages. It’s seamless and easy to use and, so far, nobody else offers anything like it. Incorporate Massage is serving organizations like Intel, Verizon, Google, Entrata, Pluralsite and Axis 41.
Visit online at www.incorporatemassage.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.