Changing workplace culture with a joined up approach
Standalone wellbeing initiatives fall short. Our programmes are designed to fit into – and amplify – your existing policies and initiatives.
Workplace wellbeing is well on the agenda. The question is: how?
The corporate wellness market is set to double by 2030 – and that’s great news for employees. But there’s a new painpoint for people leaders: how do you choose from an ever-growing range of support solutions? Our approach: prioritise impact and fight fragmentation. We help our clients launch programmes that generate a reaction and signpost people to other resources. Because company-wide change takes a joined-up approach.
What clients say about Moments That Matter
Meet the team
We’re a diverse team with one thing in common – a professional and personal drive to make wellbeing more widespread.
Meet the people behind the Moments that Matter mission.
“Hi, I’m Sofie, the founder of Moments that Matter and its parent company, Urban Hatch.
My career started in midwifery 25 years ago with international roles in public and private healthcare. During this time, I also spent several years as the Events Director for a London-based health and wellness events space, creating bespoke wellbeing programmes for corporate firms.
Drawing on my deep healthcare experience, along with my passion for creating tailored wellbeing programmes, I founded Urban Hatch in 2016 as a digital childbirth education and support platform for busy working parents. I knew we couldn’t stop here. I saw the need for a broader culture shift in how companies show up for their people when they’re navigating challenging life transitions.
Today, our growing team of coaches, specialised in diverse niches, are making a difference in people’s lives in more of the moments that matter. And in the back-end, our team of dedicated, smart professionals help our clients create cultures where people feel confident, capable and cared for when it matters most.”
Our reach in the last year
Proud to work with leading organisations across APAC
1 Source: Market Research Future