To maintain relevance in a world driven by data and digital connectivity, gym and studio operators must now focus attention on migrating services and processes online, creating a digital ecosystem. This means embarking on a digital transformation journey that will fundamentally improve business performance and customer-experience.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, March 1, 2022) – Continuing a hot start in 2022, the Fitness Business Association (FBA) today announced Gymcatch as its latest sponsor to the association.
Gymcatch is a booking and client management platform that provides a powerful feature set at unbeatable value through its easy-to-use apps for fitpros and their clients on web, iOS and Android.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, February 16, 2022) – The Fitness Business Association (FBA) is excited today to announce that Sports & Fitness Insurance (SFIC) has renewed their platinum sponsorship to continue to be the exclusive insurance provider for the FBA and SUCCEED! audiences. The partnership will further strengthen the ability for all fitness businesses and fitpros to gain access to the best insurance coverage for the fitness industry.
“Our relationship with SFIC dates back nearly a decade,” said Josh Leve FBA founder & CEO. “SFIC was there, in the room with a select number of organizations, that helped breathe life into what the industry now knows as the FBA.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, February 15, 2022) – The Fitness Business Association (FBA) today announced that Studio Grow has joined its sponsorship ranks as a Bronze sponsor. Leveraging their keen insight in the studio space, Studio Grow is the perfect partner for the FBA as they themselves have started studios, bought studios, managed studios and sold studios.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, February 15, 2022) – The Fitness Business Association (FBA) today announced that three major sponsors are all renewing and upgrading their current level of sponsorship. Leading the first wave of companies finding unique exposure and lead generation opportunities through FBA & SUCCEED!
Online fitness studios are booming, with bricks-and-mortar studios going hybrid and new trainers starting out in the virtual space. The virtual fitness market is expected to grow by over 30% up to 2026 so there is plenty of space for your fitness business to monetize your video content. Not sure where to start?
We're going to run you through 7 ways you can monetize your fitness content and boost your revenue...read on!
There was a time when many of us only tracked our health via an app when going on a run, or perhaps when checking our phone or smartwatch to see how many steps we might have taken during a particularly busy day. The concept of performance measurement through a wearable was generally viewed as a novelty or a ‘nice-to-have’ add-on.
However now, wearables can hardly be more significant to the fitness industry.
Owning your own business is hard. You will make your fair share of mistakes, just like I have, and learning from these mistakes is imperative for your business to grow. There is also significant value in learning from successful industry mentors to avoid some of those hard lessons.
I have been lucky to have great mentors throughout my fitness business journey that have helped me expedite the learning process and avoid making some big mistakes that would have setback my business.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, February 3, 2022) – The Fitness Business Association (FBA) today announced that the Business Finance Depot has joined its sponsorship ranks as a copper sponsor. Filling a major need for all fitness businesses within the FBA, Business Finance Depot has developed a unique financing process to serve a growing number of businesses of all types.
“We knew within the FBA that we wanted a strong, trusted partner when it came to the financing side of the business of business,” says Josh Leve, FBA founder & CEO.
Online shopping is fast, easy and stress-free. So why should it be any different for you members?
In April 2021, a study of 8,000 consumers worldwide by Bazaarvoice reported 64% of those surveyed found browsing online easier than venturing out to visit bricks and mortar shops whilst 61% said they find new items more frequently online.