Spotlight on Beat the Street in new article in British Journal of Sports Medicine
A new article showcasing how Beat the Street has been helping turn towns into active communities has been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
59 towns and cities in England to be transformed into a giant game thanks to £3.32 million of National Lottery funding from Sport England
An innovative new physical activity programme which uses the technology found in high street reward cards to turn cities and towns into giant, mass participation games, is rolling out across the country, thanks to a new £3.32 million National Lottery grant from Sport England.
Record start for Beat the Street in Swindon
Swindon celebrated the launch of Beat the Street this week with more than 8,000 participants taking part on the first day.
Katherine Knight takes home Influential Woman of the Year in 2018 National Venus Awards
Intelligent Health’s Marketing Director – Katherine Knight – has been recognized for her impact in encouraging tens of thousands of women to become more active in the National Venus Awards.
Intelligent Health takes home Ogilvy Nudge Award for Beat the Street
Intelligent Health’s Beat the Street initiative has been recognised for its ability to change behaviour after being chosen as one of the winners in this year’s Nudge Awards.
Influential Woman of the Year award for Intelligent Health’s Marketing Director
Katherine Knight, Intelligent Health’s Marketing Director, has been named as Influential Woman of the Year in the Thames Valley’s inaugural Venus Awards.
Intelligent Health and Dr William Bird named as finalists in UK Active 2018 Awards
Intelligent Health and its CEO and Founder, Dr William Bird, have been announced in this year’s UK Active awards which celebrate the leading figures and organisations in the sports and physical activity sector.