After 15 years in Corporate America doing Marketing & Brand Management, Georgia Homsany began DAILY DOSE to help small to mid-size businesses provide “wellness breaks” to give employees the time needed to prevent burnout, which in turn improves productivity and aids in retention. Research shows that 40% of employees are encouraged to work harder and perform better as a result of workplace wellness programs.
The idea of DAILY DOSE came about when Georgia started attending yoga retreats with her best friend Ikumi. Ikumi and Georgia grew up as next door neighbors but Ikumi moved to the West Coast, while Georgia lives on the East Coast. Every year they try to plan a yoga retreat to meet at and connect. It was at the first retreat Georgia realized she wanted to bring yoga and wellness to more people. Coming from the corporate world, Georgia recognized there was a need for more companies to institute wellness programs to improve employee well-being.
Georgia lived abroad in early 2020, right before the pandemic. It was when she returned from that trip with other entrepreneurs, she decided to start DAILY DOSE. Learn more about the inspiration from DAILY DOSE in our anniversary video.
Georgia is a New Jersey native with a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Scranton and an MBA from Boston University. She currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she now calls home.