Gyms franchises

Showing 1-4 of 4 Gyms franchises

A gym franchise may require a large outlay at the start of the enterprise, but the sector offers strong repeat customer base, and with many gyms patrons required to sign a 12-month contract, the pressure of holding on to those ‘new year’ recruits is diminished, couple this with the nationwide brand awareness offered by franchisor marketing and a gym franchise has the potential to be highly lucrative. Here are the advantages and drawbacks of buying a franchise.

 


Club Pilates

Club Pilates

A proven concept, breaking barriers.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: $100,000
StretchLab

StretchLab

Enjoy the benefits of our executive model to build something for yourself that is completely scalable for your goals.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: $100,000
Row House

Row House

Become a pioneer in the boutique indoor rowing space.
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: $100,000
CycleBar

CycleBar

Break the cycle, be your own boss
Type: Franchise
Min. Capital: $100,000

A gym franchise may require a large outlay at the start of the enterprise, but the sector offers strong repeat customer base, and with many gyms patrons required to sign a 12-month contract, the pressure of holding on to those ‘new year’ recruits is diminished, couple this with the nationwide brand awareness offered by franchisor marketing and a gym franchise has the potential to be highly lucrative. Here are the advantages and drawbacks of buying a franchise.