US-headquartered health and fitness chain Snap Fitness, which entered the Indian market in 2008 with a centre in Bengaluru, is looking to expand its India footprint to 300 centres in three years. Continue reading
As part of its expansion plans, US-based Snap Fitness plans to add 178 health clubs in India by the end of 2017.
“We are planning to have 240 locations under our brand by end of 2017. Out of these 20 centres will be company-owned and operated, while the rest which is close to 220 will be franchise owned, franchise operated,” Snap Fitness India MD and CEO B M Vikram said.
“We will be positioning most of these centres in tier one cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi and NCR. A fraction of them will also go to tier two and tier three cities,” he said.
Snap Fitness the world’s leading 24/7 fitness franchise today announced a master development agreement for the United Kingdom with TwentyTwoYards Ltd. The agreement is one element of the Lift Brands-owned company’s rapid international expansion; its Indian franchise partner recently announced plans to bring 300 new clubs to the second most-populous country in the world.
“The importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle transcends cultures” Peter Taunton Lift Brands CEO and Snap Fitness Founder said. “Snap Fitness’ model has proven successful across multiple continents and with the fitness and business expertise of TwentyTwoYards we are confident America’s fitness brand will be embraced by individuals across the pond.”