Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- PureGym's estimated annual revenue is currently $908M per year.
- PureGym's estimated revenue per employee is $422,109
- PureGym has 2151 Employees.
- PureGym grew their employee count by 11% last year.
What Is PureGym?
We believe everyone should be able to keep fit and healthy. That's why our goal is to bring you world class fitness equipment at an affordable price. To achieve this, we've stripped away the unnecessary facilities such as saunas, cafes and steam rooms in favour of the latest kit, including functional training zones, vibration platforms and TRX suspension trainers. We're open 24/7 so you can train at a time to suit you Over 220 pieces of fitness equipment so you can discover a new way to workout Our great value memberships are contract free and we offer a price for life Our gyms are monitored by real-time CCTV linked to security staff so you're in safe hands You'll have access to over 50 free classes a week Our open plan gyms mean you'll always have plenty of room to workout All memberships are processed online, which means our staff won't give you the hard sell, simply help you reach your goalkeywords:Fitness and Wellness
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PureGym plans to more than double its clubs by 2030. The fitness firm which already has sites in Quedgeley, Gloucester Retail Park and...
In December, PureGym announced a £300m investment from private equity firm KKR to support expansion. There are plans to more than double the...
PureGym has outlined plans to use a recent £300 million investment by KKR to double in size to more than 1,000 clubs over the medium term.
Pure Gym has secured a £100m cash injection from shareholders to help it recover from the coronavirus crisis and provide a buffer in the event of a second lockdown. Alongside the equity injection from shareholders Leonard Green Partners, the budget gym operator has also boosted its Revolving Cr ...
The UK’s largest gym operator Puregym today announced the acquisition of European business Fitness World in a £350m deal. Puregym was acquired by private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners in 2017 in a deal that valued the business at £600m. Its acquisition of Fitness World gives the busines ...
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