Brad Wendes, owner of Team Kinetix takes us through the evolution of Parkour as a sport in the UK, his experience launching his business, and why TeamUp is the perfect software for Parkour businesses.
See how three TeamUp customers market their customer reviews to make their fitness businesses stand out and find out why you should do the same.
Martin and Denise from didi rugby shared how they kept morale high amongst their franchise kids rugby business during lockdown. Learn more about their successful marketing strategies and how their software helped them stay connected online across the UK.
Learn how to implement several marketing strategies that will help you build the ultimate PT customer experience and convince potential new clients to give their business.
Your customers have the power to make your re-opening a huge success. Learn how to use their reviews and testimonials to gain exposure and encourage members to return.
Excited to share all of your on-demand content with your clients? Check out our guide to learn how to offer your on-demand content in your memberships.
Selling your on-demand content to your customers is an excellent alternative when they can't make it to class. Learn how to safely and securely set up and share your online class recordings using our guide.
Explore all the ways you can market, promote, and incentivise your online classes and on-demand content, starting with using social media.
Get started with gym management software to organise, streamline, and manage your business. Learn the enormous benefits and hear directly from some of our customers about how helpful and easy it is to make the switch.
Yoga business coach and mentor, Amy McDonald, shared her advice for studios and freelancer teachers looking for ways to build their online presence. Don't forget that your TeamUp tools can help.
Learn which of your TeamUp tools can help you build your online presence, reach new customers, and market your brand. Your business will grow faster than you could have imagined once you start implementing a few marketing steps to your workflow.
Looking for ways to keep your online classes fun, fresh, and engaging? Check out these 20 creative ideas for classes on Zoom inspired by several TeamUp customers.
Are you still running your social media accounts manually? Learn how to streamline your updates and posts using the top social media management apps. Here's how...
Discover how to use TeamUp's payment, marketing, online class, and business integrations to run your gym or studio exactly the way you want.
Take out the complexity of launching your very own studio by investing in studio management software. Learn which of TeamUp's tools will save you time and help you run the best version of your business right from the start.
From gaining exposure to attracting new members, reviews are incredibly valuable for both your business and your customers. Learn why having reviews can help your business succeed.
Learn how your customers are feeling about coming back to in-person classes by checking-in with them ahead of re-opening your gym.
Learn what advice fitness professionals have when it comes to making important business decisions that affect your income, and our tips for generating additional revenue for your business.
Discover why marketing is a key factor in the growing success of your fitness business. If customer retention, boosting sales and attracting new customers are your main business goals, this article is for you.
The question many gym and studio owners are looking to answer right now is 'how do I attract customers to my online fitness classes' and 'how can I replicate the same in-person value online'? These tips will point you in the right direction.
Find all the answers to your common CrossFit questions. From the workouts to the best software tools to the many benefits, these FAQs will help you start your CrossFit journey and open your own box.
In order to grow your fitness business, you need to reach new audiences and attract new customers. That process of building your brand is for the long term, although it can also have a major impact immediately too. Whether you are a boutique gym or large franchise, every fitness business can benefit from investing more time in the big picture.
How can you be fully present for your yoga customers when you are drowning in business admin? Learn how to better run your studio, eliminate the hassle, miscommunication, and grow your business using booking software.
Giving your customers the opportunity to work out directly with you in private and small group training sessions can help boost their confidence, get to their goals quicker, and give you an opportunity to expand your coaching skills.
Building a successful personal training business takes grit and determination. There are many aspects of achieving success that a lot of trainers decide to do the hard way. This article explores how to streamline your processes, connect with your customers, and grow your business.
Welcome your customers back to class by introducing new skills and your plan of action for creating a safe and healthy environment to exercise. Check out which tools can help you get them back in the gym in no time.
Just like you send confirmation emails when a customer signs up, or an update email when there is something new to inform, milestone emails are sent to celebrate your customers' achievements. When your customer hits a milestone like their 6-month membership mark or a 2 year anniversary, celebrate their success by letting them know.
Giving classes online is the perfect opportunity for you to implement new ways to motivate your customers to work out. Words of encouragement, a friendly reminder, and celebrating their goals will go a long way in ensuring your customers keep coming to class from home. Check out our tips to find out what works best for you.
Email marketing is one of the most effective tools you can use for your business, so why don't more use it, or use it well? They don't know how! Nail the perfect email to connect with your customers, expand your audience, and grow your business with our essential guide to launching and perfecting your email marketing.
It's hard to find the perfect words to describe why your class is right for customers embarking on their fitness journey. We explored hundreds of titles and descriptions and discovered the formula that you can use to create your own.
There are many reasons why it's important to get your pricing model right, but the main reason to price your services right is to build your services around your customers and their needs. Get it wrong and your profits will suffer. Get it right, and your customers will feel understood and loyal to your gym.
When a customer books into your class, it's important to send them a confirmation email. This helps to increase attendance, motivate your customers, and most importantly re-enforce trust. Start your customer communication off on the right foot.
What does it mean to sell fitness? This is where most business owners trip up and don’t maximise the potential from their efforts. How often should you contact leads?
We asked a panel of experts - what should business owners STOP doing?
Your local area is full of potential customers, but how can you reach them? What kinds of offers should you focus on? How should you leverage local relationships for maximum effect?
If you’re excited (and nervous) to tell everyone about your new fitness business, this video is for you.
First impressions count, and welcoming new members is key to running a successful fitness business. How can you make sure they see the value in what you do? Helping new customers feel comfortable will encourage results.
Customers want to share your community with their friends. They do this with referrals.
We buy items to support our fitness goals for all kinds of reasons. What does the data say?
There are two big reasons drop-ins and first timers don’t turn into members.
Running a referral program is one of the most powerful ways you can market your business.
Who are the absolute best customers of your business? What are they like? What do they all have in common?