OneFit, an Amsterdam-based startup providing unlimited membership to health & fitness, received 850.000 euro in funding from Dutch VC Peak Capital and angel investor Roelof Borggreve. The investment allows the company to expand in more cities throughout Europe.
OneFit offers an online reservation platform where thousands of classes can be booked in advance. Members can also check in using the app or membercard at gyms and other sport locations.
“These days it’s easier to book a plane ticket to Tokyo than a kickboxing class in your own city. With the help of technology we bring supply and demand together. Gym-goers discover new and fun workouts and studio- owners get to welcome new customers”, says Serge Brabander, co-founder of OneFit.
After its Amsterdam launch in 2015, the startup quickly became active in Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht as well. In April this year the startup acquired the German company Kurspass to roll out in Cologne.
OneFit is one of those companies that thrive in today’s zeitgeist of healthy and fit people in urban areas. It’s hard to not notice all those bootcamps in parks. And with autumn coming, an all-you-can-sports class indoors in a nice and cosy gym will let you workout regardless of the weather.
“OneFit offers easy access to many different workouts, lessons and locations, which makes it a good way to get some variety in your activities. With the flexible subscription model we see a lot of possibilities to expand this service throughout Europe”, says Johan van Mil of Peak Capital.