M Moser collaborates with IWBI to launch new WELL Enterprise Provider designation

In today’s climate, it has never been a more critical time to support people’s wellbeing. We are excited to join the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) as one of the first official WELL EPs, demonstrating our expertise in providing a comprehensive suite of WELL solutions at enterprise scale.

As a WELL EP, we will guide clients in identifying and implementing WELL strategies, helping companies meet their larger business objectives in areas of ESG reporting, human and social capital management, and workplace strategy and policy. With this new designation we’ll be working together with IWBI to deliver WELL solutions across real estate portfolios and entire organisations.

“M Moser is honoured to have had an inaugural and ongoing advisor role as expert practitioners developing and improving the best practice metric of the WELL Building Standard. We work globally to prioritise health, wellbeing and planetary stewardship for our clients and offices, and value this opportunity to continue working together with colleagues at IWBI for a sustainable future”, shares Director, Dr Christine Bruckner.

Providing expertise in creating spaces that prioritise the wellbeing of employees, clients and communities, we continue to push the boundaries of health and wellness in the workplace.

In addition to the newly earned WELL EP designation, M Moser is an IWBI Keystone Member, part of a network of leading organisations working together to advance the movement for better buildings and communities globally. Our colleagues are also WELL Faculty, members of WELL advisories and of the IWBI task force to further enhance the standard of human health. 

Learn more about how we designed the world’s first WELL-certified meditation studio and APAC’s first WELL certified project.


If you are interested in working with us, have a look at our careers page.


If you are interested in working with us, have a look at our careers page.


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