Foster Denovo's Secondsight launches Joe Wicks-inspired 'financial fitness' show

Series of TV programmes

Sophie King
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Secondsight has relaunched its financial fitness show in an attempt to help better employee financial wellbeing.

The Financial Fitness Show originally launched in the first coronavirus lockdown. The idea came to light after fitness celebrity Joe Wicks launched his popular series ‘P.E. with Joe'. Secondsight's programme has returned for three more series to help staff combat financial stress. Each show will cover a different financial topic, delivered in a talk show style with the intent of keeping the audience engaged. These topics will be designed in line with the needs of an employer's workforce and may include areas such as property buying, planning for retirement and how to start investing. ...

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