Basic-Fit

With over one million members as at 31 March 2016, Basic-Fit is the European market leader (measured by number of clubs) in the "value-for-money" fitness market. The company is active in some of Europe's most attractive markets, with more than 350 clubs in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Spain. With around 2,800 employees, we operate a straightforward membership model, offering uncomplicated, essential and effective fitness experiences that are both affordable and easy to access for everyone. Building on our longstanding expertise, we combine a flexible low-cost membership model with high-quality fitness equipment and technology, virtual and live group lessons and shareable family passes.
Type
Public
HQ
Hoofddorp, NL
Founded
2003
Size (employees)
1,233 (est)
Basic-Fit was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Hoofddorp, NL

Basic-Fit Office Locations

Basic-Fit has an office in Hoofddorp
Hoofddorp, NL (HQ)
60 Wegalaan

Basic-Fit Data and Metrics

Basic-Fit Financial Metrics

EUR

Market capitalization (21-Jul-2017)

854.2 m

Closing share price (21-Jul-2017)

15.8
Basic-Fit's current market capitalization is €854.2 m.

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No, wearables aren't dead, although Fitbit could use a boost

With the downfall of Pebble late last year, it looked like the wearables market could be in trouble.  Nope. It hit an all-time high with 33.9 million units shipped in the fourth quarter of 2016, growing 16.9 percent year over year, according to the latest data from analytics firm IDC.  SEE ALSO:…

The 5 most excessive tech displays we saw on Day 3 of CES

Day one at CES 2017 had us thinking about how we see the world. Day two was all like, WTF? After day three, we had just one simple question for a few of the presenters: Do you think that might have been a little much? SEE ALSO: What it's like to show a sex toy at CES It's not that excess is alwa…

A hacker-friendly wearable just for 'Ingress' diehards

Cooling demand for wearables doesn't mean every wearable company is bowing down to Fitbit and the Apple Watch. Mighty Cast has been hacking away at its modular Nex Band for the last couple of years with only a bit of success with hobbyists and tinkerers. At CES 2017, the company introduced two n…

The most helpful fitness tech for your New Year's resolution to get in shape

Last year, Nielsen reported the top two New Year's resolutions were to stay fit and to lose weight. Millions pledged to kick off 2016 with the definite goal to get in shape — but this year, you can expect the same old resolutions will likely top the list again.  SEE ALSO: Your Apple Watch will g…
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