This page brings together a collection of third party media talks and interviews given by Lawrence and the Raw Energy team.
A great case study outlining the work we did to evolve the SumoSalad brand and put employee wellbeing at the very heart.
SumoSalad, Australia's largest healthy fast food restaurant chain, has been awarded the 'best innovation' award for health at the prestigious GSR Media Detpak Awards in Sydney. http://www.businessfranchiseaustralia.com.au/latest-news/sumosalad-wins-best-innovation-award-mysumo-app
Lawrence Mitchell is a health coach who runs his own business, bringing wellness programs to stressful corporate offices in the UK. In this interview, he discusses how he came to the wellness industry, built up his business, and how to de-stress a corporate exec.
A guest post from Lawrence Mitchell: Chief Customer Officer at SumoSalad and founder of RAW Energy https://theserenitycollective.com/eating-mental-health-resilience/
Having recently worked with SUMO Salad on developing their positioning for and aligning their customer, corporate and employer brands, we've used this as a case study to prove the point. http://www.thehealthybrandcompany.com/single-post/2017/10/23/Fuelling-greatness-for-SUMO-with-wellbeing-at-the-heart-of-the-brand
In this interview, Eoin McCabe talks to Health Coach, Marketing Director and author Lawrence Mitchell on how to address stress comprehensively and achieve your goals with ease. https://soundcloud.com/naturalhealthradio/short-cuts-with-eoin-mccabe-and-lawrence-mitchell-success-without-stress
In this Podcast, Lawrence Mitchell discusses how the salad bar chain plans to use technology and a commitment towards healthy living in driving its growth strategy. https://www.insideretail.com.au/blog/2017/03/10/podcast-with-lawrence-mitchell-sumosalad/
Good practice in employee wellbeing Reed Business Information was the winner of the CIPD’s 2016 Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative award. Lawrence Mitchell looks at how a 30-day challenge helped build a global wellbeing team, encourage new behaviours and boost productivity. When Sarah Allswood