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Online gym pass provider PayasUgym has launched an innovative new Fitness Marketplace enabling customers to search and choose gym passes, fitness classes and memberships from more than 2,000 gyms and health clubs across the country.

Described by the company as ‘a UK first,’ the PayasUgym Fitness Marketplace provides a ‘shop window’ for gym operators to promote the services they offer. In addition, customers can read hundreds of thousands of independent gym reviews which have been left on the PayasUgym website to help them make their decision. Until now, potential gym users have relied on time consuming multiple web searches of gym operators own websites to find and locate the services they require.

“PayasUgym is committed to making it as easy as possible for people to find the right gym for them,” said PayasUgym CEO Jamie Ward.

“The launch of our marketplace means we now provide customers with a genuine ‘one-stop shop’ to find and compare local gyms, choose between a day pass, a fitness class or a full membership, and in doing so we provide gym operators with an innovative solution to market their products and attract new customers.”

Since launching in 2011, PayasUgym has partnered with more than a third of the UK gym market – there are now more than 2,000 clubs on board – and attracted almost 300,000 registered customers.

In March, PayasUgym announced a £1.6m raft of venture capital funding as it seeks to continue growth across the UK market, and Health Club Management understands the company is gearing up for a series of big announcements in the next couple of months.

To try out the PayasUgym Fitness Marketplace, click here.

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Online gym pass provider PayasUgym has launched an innovative new Fitness Marketplace enabling customers to search and choose gym passes, fitness classes and memberships from more than 2,000 gyms and health clubs across the country.
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