Springday was born in Sydney, Australia and remains Australian owned. We work with experts all through the APAC region to ensure everything we do is through a tailored lens for your demographic. We are a small team of diverse individuals with a common passion for using technology to improve wellbeing. We are developers, designers, marketeers, strategists and sales aficionados who lead by example when it comes to wellbeing. Whether it’s regular stand-up meetings, organised push-up challenges or group coffee-runs in the morning, we strive to bring the five pillars of wellbeing to life in our workplace.
Dipra Ray is the Managing Director and CEO of Springday & mPort. Both businesses sit at the forefront of technology and wellbeing, and build clever ecosystems that measure, inform and improve people’s wellbeing.
Dipra has a background in Investment Banking. He is also the co-founder & Chair of SavY (a not for profit focused on the financial wellbeing of young New Zealanders) and on the board for NexPay, which he cofounded in 2012.
He strongly believes that workplaces have a role to play in helping their employees become happier and healthier, in turn creating thriving businesses.
Chris Fox is the Head of Customer Success and Operations at Springday. Part of the founding team of mPort, he has always been passionate about technical innovation and design. Chris graduated from UNSW in 2011 with first class honours in a Bachelor of Industrial Design. He was also a James Dyson Awards finalist in the 2011 Australian International Design Awards for '9th Life', a life jacket made for water sports. Chris is also a dedicated customer success professional, with over 10 years of experience working with clients and operations.
Troy Morgan is the Head of Wellbeing Strategy at Springday, Wellbeingpreneur and CEO of Willows Health Group. He was a Business Partner in Australian Broadcasting Corporation Commercial’s Award Winning Happy Body at Work Program, a multimedia, technology-based corporate health program that has been rolled out to more than 40,000 employees across Australia. Troy's corporate health work has seen him launch wellbeing and change strategy initiatives not only in Australia but in New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.