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EVERFI is an international technology company driving social impact through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to mental health to workplace conduct and other critical topics. Founded in 2008, EVERFI's Impact-as-a-Service solution and digital educational content have reached more than 41 million learners globally. In 2020, the company was recognized as one of the World's Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company and was featured on Fortune Magazine's Impact 20 List. In 2019, EVERFI acquired EdComs, the UK’s leading agency specialising in education and communications. This brought together over 35 years of combined experience of what works in the classroom and in the community, and a united passion to make change happen. To learn more about EVERFI and how you can #answerthecall within the UK, please visit uk.everfi.com or follow them on LinkedIn or Twitter @EVERFI_UK
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