Feelgood operates in the occupational health market. It is the leading Swedish provider of services such as primary care, psychiatrists, physiotherapy and managerial/HR support, in order to achieve its vision of having Sweden’s healthiest customer employees. In recent years, Feelgood streamlined its organisation, restructured its core offering, and improved its overall performance. Its business model is built on long-term framework agreements across the public and private sectors, with a large customer base of 8,300, targeting ~830,000 customer employees.
Feelgood is gradually shifting away its revenue mix from lower margin, traditional occupational health services such as blood tests. Efforts are being put into value-added services such as psychologist visits and stress prevention paired with a solid digital offering. This increases Feelgood’s ability to sell on quality of outcome and bundle service solutions. Another high-value proposition stems from the subscription-based Feelgood Plus application, offering prospects for high-margin, recurring revenues.
Feelgood is fundamentally dependent on the Swedish labour market, leaving the company exposed should there be a recession with large-scale layoffs. The company is operating in a highly competitive space where Feelgood could risk losing market share and pricing power. We also note potential execution risks as Feelgood ventures into new adjacent and digital service offerings.