GCI Health has partnered with health information source HealthyWomen and Prevention magazine on a survey examining the rising amount of stress among women. The survey was conducted by #BeHealthiHer, which was launched by GCI Health and HealthyWomen in 2017. Close to two-thirds of the women surveyed (65 percent) said that they suffer from symptoms of stress daily, with 40 percent of them experiencing those symptoms multiple times a day. The study’s findings, which are being revealed on the Nov. 20 episode of ABC’s Tamron Hall Show, are also featured in the December issue of Prevention. In addition, GCI Health, HealthyWomen and Prevention are working together to provide resources aimed at helping women eliminate many of the common stress triggers in their daily lives.
AMP3 Public Relations is launching its Impact division, which will specialize in publicity work for sustainable and/or philanthropic brands in the fashion, lifestyle and beauty space. The agency has already worked with such clients as sustainable and biodegradable fiber Tencel and natural skincare brand Derma E on such efforts as partnering with nonprofits on give-back initiatives, or strengthening their ethical and eco capabilities from the supply chain to the end user. AMP3 has also signed on as the first PR agency to partner with the Conscious Fashion Campaign, a global initiative intended to unite the fashion industry behind the goal of meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Vested Ventures, the investment group operated by integrated communications firm Vested, is investing in U-Nest, an app that helps parents put money into a tax-free savings account for their children’s future tuition. U-Nest is also backed by the UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator, a business development group. The round of investment in which Vested Ventures is participating will go toward building an app for Android (it is currently only available for iPhone). Vested Ventures CEO Eric Hazard says that the investment “closely aligns with Vested Ventures’ commitment to financial literacy and wellness.”