The importance of emotional health for startup teams – Rui Brandão, Zenklub1 min read

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Rui Brandão, CEO and founder at Zenklub, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Rui shared the personal story that led him to transition from working as a medical doctor to founding Zenklub, a startup transforming the provision of mental health support in Brazil.

He talked about the state of mental health in Brazil, highlighting why Zenklub’s mission is so important. He discussed the importance of mental health for startup founders and employees alike – and how each group experiences different emotional challenges when growing a startup.

Listen on to learn:

  • How Zenklub transitioned from B2C to B2B SaaS.
  • The importance of mental health for startup founders and employees – and what they can do to look after their mental health.
  • 3 things SaaS founders can do to promote mental health and wellbeing within their company.

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