Keller Williams Realty Selects ConnectedHealth’s Benefits Marketplace for its 90,000 U.S. Associates

Largest Real Estate Franchise in U.S. to Give Agents and their Employees Access to Innovative Online Marketplace for Health and Ancillary Benefits, Including Federally Qualified Health Plans

Keller Williams Realty Selects ConnectedHealth’s Benefits Marketplace for its 90,000 U.S. Associates

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, the first consumer-focused ecommerce benefits platform, today announced that it has been selected by , the largest real estate franchise in North America, to offer its comprehensive online marketplace to 90,000 Keller Williams associates in the United States. Keller Williams worked with Willis of Texas, Inc., to develop this unique employee benefits solution.

Beginning in December, Keller Williams Realty’s U.S. associates will be able to shop for a full range of health care options through a co-branded version of ConnectedHealth’s web platform, called the KW Wellness Benefits Marketplace.

“At the core of Keller Williams Realty is our mission to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning and lives worth living,” Keller Williams Realty President Mary Tennant said. “We’re passionate about taking care of our associates’ holistic needs, which is why we’re so excited to partner with ConnectedHealth and Willis to provide easy, affordable, quality health care options for our associates and their families.”

ConnectedHealth provides an easy-to-use ecommerce platform, helping consumers successfully navigate the new complexities of health benefits. They can determine whether they are eligible for a government subsidy and can shop and apply for appropriate subsidy-eligible insurance. Non-eligible associates also can take advantage of access to a wide range of medical and ancillary insurance with national and regional companies. By selecting ConnectedHealth’s consumer-focused solution, Keller Williams Realty provides their associates the support and guidance to feel confident that they have selected the right coverage for themselves and their families.

“We are proud to have been selected as Keller Williams Realty’s partner to offer their associates access to personalized recommendations and a wide array of benefit options,” said Joe Donlan, President of ConnectedHealth. “Providing access to affordable, comprehensive coverage, along with the tools to guide them through their selections, differentiates Keller Williams in the market, and it reinforces their commitment to their associates.”

ConnectedHealth drives corporate growth by making it easy for employees to be healthy and financially secure. Founded by pioneers of the consumer transparency movement, the Company’s award-winning consumer-friendly platform delivers innovative benefits strategies while offering consumers the most intuitive shopping platform available. To learn more about how ConnectedHealth is revolutionizing group and individual benefits, visit us at  or on ,  and .

Keller Williams Realty, Inc. is the largest real estate franchise company in North America, with approximately 700 offices and more than 90,000 associates around the world. The company has grown exponentially since the opening of the first Keller Williams Realty office in 1983, and continues to cultivate an agent-centric, education-based, technology-driven culture that rewards associates as stakeholders. The company also provides specialized agents in luxury homes and commercial real estate properties. For more information or to search for homes for sale visit Keller Williams Realty online at (). For more information about KWWorldwide, please visit .

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