Time for New Equipment?

by: Jay Croft


Keep your business purpose top of mind and educate clients and members.

Evolve Fitness in Halifax, Nova Scotia, took a huge step this past summer, going from 2,400 square feet to 21,000 square feet. That meant a lot of additions, including new equipment. “It was an eye-opener, for sure,” said co-owner Matt Benvie about the process. Benvie’s experience—along with the wisdom of countless other fitness facility and studio owners—reveals some good lessons for any fitness entrepreneur who wants to add new equipment, whether it’s for a big-box gym or a small studio and whether you’re buying in bulk or buying just a few pieces.

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IDEA Fit Business Success, Volume 2, Issue 6

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Jay Croft

Jay Croft IDEA Author/Presenter