In a world of shifting work dynamics and routines, Few is a multifaceted solution to a hectic, stressful life. With full well-being packages that cover physical and mental health, it gives employers the means to care for their teams.

“In business, things can change suddenly and rapidly, so it’s important to be ready for anything – from a new client request to building a different product. Keeping an open dialogue with clients also gives insight into what’s working and what isn’t,” CEO and Co-Founder Jamie North says,

“While local assistance may be disjointed, a cash injection has helped sustain us until we gain more investment. Other initiatives are truly supportive and great for exposure.

“The most important thing, as an aspiring start-up Founder, is to just get started! We are often inhibited by our own mental barriers, which make tasks seem more difficult. Once we remove those hurdles, the road becomes easier.

“The future will hold times of fast growth and times of instability. In preparation, we’re streamlining our processes so we can scale and access new markets more easily.

“I also envisage big opportunities in the virtual work environment. At the moment, we’re all tied to laptop screens, but this could evolve drastically. The shift towards remote work has birthed the need for a different approach to employee welfare. One of our offerings equips employers to provide their teams with personalised well-being services.

“We hope to make everyone realise the importance of taking time for themselves. Five minutes a day can have a positive knock-on effect on every other aspect of one’s life.”

This article is part of the serialisation of interviews featured in MaltaCEOs 2022 – an annual high-end publication bringing together some of the country’s most influential business leaders.


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