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Zeamo


Zeamo is a simple-to-use platform that lets employees directly choose from hundreds of popular fitness clubs to design a plan based around their own daily habits, exercise preferences, and income.

Headquarters
New York, NY
Size
11-50 Employees
Industry
Health and Wellness

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Description

Zeamo is a simple-to-use platform that lets employees directly choose from hundreds of popular fitness clubs to design a plan based around their own daily habits, exercise preferences, and income. From the C-suite to your traveling sales team, Zeamo helps companies keep the whole team happy and healthy from one affordable rate. Through simple & convenient products, we allow employees the freedom to workout where they want, while providing employers the data & feedback to see the return on their investment.

Office locations

New York, NY, US

Tech stack

Application & data
Java, React.js, HTML / CSS, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, RESTful API, MongoDB
Utilities
AWS (Amazon Web Services)

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