wo young entrepreneurs have launched a mental health app to help employees struggling with the concept of working from home.
Ben Towers, 22, and Mike Rose, 29, have been signed up by the Metropolitan Police, banks and government agencies.
Tahora connects staff with social events and groups in their local area to combat loneliness and depression that comes with isolation.
Mr Towers, of Barons Court, said millions do not live or socialise close to where they work, limiting positive relationships outside of the office.
Employers are concerned about the mental health of workers when they return after months of lockdown.
Mr Towers and Mr Rose, who both have personal experience of mental health issues, raised £825,000 for Tahora.
Users can join their company’s own unique social platform on the app to get involved in activities or start their own clubs, teams, events and adventures.
In the Met, response officers are able to…
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