It WAS a Gaming Company. 7 Years Later, Jellyvision Gamified the Process of Selecting Corporate Benefits.

Lauren Bell News & Press

We’ve all been there: frantically calling a spouse, a parent, a close friend, a colleague or some expert we know to help us better understand our next set of health or financial benefit choices.

It’s something that’s so important to our well-being and to our bank accounts, and yet one in four people would rather clean a toilet than research benefits options (according to a recent Aflac survey).

And this is exactly the frustrating issue Jellyvision, under the leadership of CEO Amanda Lannert, set out to fix.

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