The Mursion team is thrilled to announce our inclusion in the first-ever Fast Company Brands That Matter list, a compendium honoring companies and organizations that give people compelling reasons to care about them, offer inspiration for others to buy in, and authentically communicate their mission and ideals, according to Fast Company editors, who judged each brand on relevancy, cultural impact, ingenuity, and business impact.
Mursion is joined by 95 multinational corporations, small-but-mighty businesses, and visionary nonprofits that are are leading on education, the environment, social justice, technology, and more of-the-moment initiatives, while also responding meaningfully to current events and forging emotional connections with customers in a rapidly changing marketplace.
“This latest recognition is an especially significant one for Mursion,” noted CEO and Co-Founder Mark Atkinson. “Helping emerging and established leaders become more confident and compassionate is our lifeblood. We create psychologically safe spaces for individuals and teams to grow together to become stronger and more resilient, which is paramount to an organization’s success in today’s society.”
As Fast Company’s editors described our vision: “Mursion’s virtual-reality platform is a training and development tool that enables executives, healthcare professionals, teachers, and customer service representatives to practice interpersonal skills in a low-stakes environment with a wide range of personalities.”
The publication recognizes Mursion’s work spanning a range of Fortune 100 companies across industry verticals, as well as nonprofit groups, educational institutions, and healthcare organizations, highlighting the measurable results of our authentic, immersive learning experiences that harness the best in artificial and human intelligence for mastering emotional intelligence and empathetic leadership.
“Fast Company is excited to highlight companies and organizations that have built brands with deep meaning and connections to the customers they serve. At a time when consumers are holding companies to very high standards, businesses have much to learn from these brands that have garnered respect and trust,” says Stephanie Mehta, editor-in-chief of Fast Company.
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