Applications for the 2022 Well-Being Trailblazer Award Open

Philadelphia, PA – May 4, 2022Archetype and Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) are thrilled to announce that applications for the second annual Well-Being Trailblazer Awards are now live and open through May 31, 2022. The award recognizes tech-enabled companies, tools, and solutions that have made meaningful contributions to workplace health and employees’ abilities to lead healthy, resilient, and fulfilling lives.

Companies that are interested to be considered for the award are encouraged to review the application guide and submit their application through the Well-Being Trailblazer website. Winners of the award receive benefits that aim to amplify the company’s brand and demand generation through various channels. Additionally, winners will receive exclusive benefits at the annual WELCOA Summit, held in Chicago from August 29 through September 1. Archetype and WELCOA will notify winners of their selection by July 1, 2022.

Learn more about the Well-Being Trailblazer Awards

To learn more about the award, view the resources below or reach out to us.

Read the press release announcement on PR Newswire.

Do you think your company has what it takes? Submit your application to become a 2022 Well-Being Trailblazer.

Nominate a company here.

For questions, please email us at

About Archetype: Archetype is a consulting and investment firm that aspires to make work better for 50 million people. Through a unique co-innovation approach, we engage a vibrant ecosystem of clients, advisors, investors, and colleagues to help every person in the workplace thrive and enable sustainable growth for businesses.

About WELCOA: WELCOA is one of the nation’s most-respected resources for building high-performing, healthy workplaces. With a 30-year history, more than 4,000 corporate members, and 30,000 additional members and subscribers, WELCOA has an impeccable reputation for helping business and health professionals improve employee well-being and create healthier organizational cultures.