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Mind Gym is a company that engages in psychology-based organizational digital workouts. It offers performance management, management development, diversity and inclusion, ethics, reorganization, personal effectiveness, onboarding, employee engagement, and other solutions.
TypePublic
Founded2000
HQLondon, GB
Websitethemindgym.com
Employee Ratings3.8
Overall CultureA+

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2020)247(+2%)
Revenue (FY, 2019)£42.1 M(+14%)
Share Price (Jul 2021)£1.9
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Mind Gym

Octavius Black

Octavius Black

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Sebastian Bailey

Sebastian Bailey

Co-Founder and Executive Director, President
Sally Tilleray

Sally Tilleray

Independent Non-Executive Director
Richard Steele

Richard Steele

Chief Financial Officer
David Nelson

David Nelson

Non-Executive Director
Ryan Boughan

Ryan Boughan

Chief Commercial Officer
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Mind Gym Office Locations

Mind Gym has offices in London and New York
London, GB (HQ)
160 Kensington High St, Kensington
New York, NY, US
440 Park Ave S 2nd floor
New York, NY, US
9 E 37th St
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Mind Gym Financials and Metrics

Mind Gym Revenue

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Mind Gym's revenue was reported to be £42.13 m in FY, 2019 which is a 14% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (H1, 2020)

23.9m

Gross profit (H1, 2020)

18.9m

Gross profit margin (H1, 2020), %

78.8%

Net income (H1, 2020)

3.1m

EBIT (H1, 2020)

3.9m

Market capitalization (21-Jul-2021)

189.6m

Closing stock price (21-Jul-2021)

1.9

Cash (30-Sept-2019)

10.7m

EV

180.4m
Mind Gym's current market capitalization is £189.6 m.
Annual
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Revenue

30.6m37.0m42.1m

Revenue growth, %

22%21%14%

Cost of goods sold

6.8m7.4m8.2m

Gross profit

23.8m29.5m33.9m
Half Year
GBPH1, 2018H1, 2019H1, 2020

Revenue

17.1m19.4m23.9m

Cost of goods sold

3.6m3.6m5.1m

Gross profit

13.6m15.8m18.9m

Gross profit Margin, %

79%82%79%
Annual
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash

3.7m5.5m8.3m

Accounts Receivable

6.7m7.7m10.4m

Inventories

280.4k259.9k53.0k

PP&E

93.0k80.8k139.0k
Half Year
GBPH1, 2018H1, 2019H1, 2020

Cash

1.5m2.5m10.7m

Accounts Receivable

6.0m8.0m9.2m

Inventories

296.0k251.0k63.0k

Current Assets

24.3m
Annual
GBPFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Net Income

3.4m4.4m4.0m

Depreciation and Amortization

421.9k83.5k169.0k

Inventories

(111.9k)20.5k208.0k

Accounts Payable

671.2k460.5k2.5m
Half Year
GBPH1, 2018H1, 2019H1, 2020

Net Income

2.0m618.0k3.1m

Depreciation and Amortization

46.0k42.0k321.0k

Inventories

(15.0k)8.0k(10.0k)

Accounts Payable

(1.7m)395.0k(330.0k)
GBPFY, 2017

Financial Leverage

2.3 x
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Mind Gym Operating Metrics

FY, 2019Dec, 2019

Countries

6980

Languages

10

Product Categories

1212

Products

300300
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Mind Gym Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Mind Gym (Canada)
Mind Gym Middle East FZ-LLC
Mind Gym Perfomace (Asia) Pte Ltd
Mind gym (USA) Inc

Mind Gym Revenue Breakdown

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Mind Gym revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 51.6% from America and 48.4% from EMEA

Mind Gym Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

74/100

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Mind Gym Online and Social Media Presence

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Mind Gym Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    A+

    84/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    88/100

  • Compensation

    A

    82/100

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Mind Gym News and Updates

Training provider Mind Gym warns on coronavirus hit to profit

Workplace training provider Mind Gym this morning warned that revenue and profit will miss expectations following the coronavirus outbreak. Revenue The post Training provider Mind Gym warns on coronavirus hit to profit appeared first on CityAM.

Mind Gym Blogs

Building inclusion: Why improving judgment is key

Attacking a person’s identity is a sure-fire way to destroy your company’s inclusion efforts and derail team productivity. Rather than inspire team unity, traditional DE&I activities such as unconscious bias and quotas can create cavernous divides. This blog post explains a better way to create …

How to get senior leadership buy-in for DE&I

Beyond the smiles and words of encouragement, the cold-hard cash and resources needed to achieve inclusion are often missing.   Across the world, corporate diversity managers struggle to gain tangible support from their CEOs and other executive leaders to prioritise diversity, equity, and inclusion …

Inclusion at Work: How To Embrace Your Employees’ Identities

Every morning, millions of vibrant, creative people deliberately make themselves as bland as possible to avoid seeming out of place at work.       From avoiding discussion about their same sex partner to feeling forced to remove their dreadlocks, many people are unable to be their true selves.   The…

What is unconscious bias training?

Unconscious biases are the views and opinions that operate outside our conscious awareness, impacting our daily behaviors and decisions (Atewologun et al, 2018).  As diversity and inclusion became a central focus at many organizations, they looked toward trainings that would tackle problems around d…

How to talk about race, gender and diversity at work

Dry mouth. Damp hands. Self-doubt. Many managers feel anxiety and even fear about discussing race, gender or sexual orientation at work. During MindGym’s webinar ‘The State of Inclusion: Where we are now & where to next?’, our attendees expressed their worries about how to talk about diversity p…

The scientific approach to inclusion: balancing Me and We

It’s tempting to think of ‘inclusion’ as something achieved  through ‘Awareness Days’ and team building exercises. Though such practices have a place, true inclusion requires a little more than simply organizing activities.  To create a workplace that is truly inclusive, it is necessary to explore t…
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Mind Gym Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mind Gym founded?

    Mind Gym was founded in 2000.

  • Who are Mind Gym key executives?

    Mind Gym's key executives are Octavius Black, Sebastian Bailey and Sally Tilleray.

  • How many employees does Mind Gym have?

    Mind Gym has 247 employees.

  • What is Mind Gym revenue?

    Latest Mind Gym annual revenue is £42.1 m.

  • What is Mind Gym revenue per employee?

    Latest Mind Gym revenue per employee is £170.6 k.

  • Who are Mind Gym competitors?

    Competitors of Mind Gym include MasterClass, The Learning House and Age of Learning.

  • Where is Mind Gym headquarters?

    Mind Gym headquarters is located at 160 Kensington High St, Kensington, London.

  • Where are Mind Gym offices?

    Mind Gym has offices in London and New York.

  • How many offices does Mind Gym have?

    Mind Gym has 3 offices.