Vivafit, gyms franchise specializing in the care of women, has brought together its franchisees in Lisbon, before end of the year, to learn more the situation of the sector of female fitness and announce the growth expectations. Some 112 franchisees of Portugal and Spain gathered in this city of the Portuguese country where companies participated as Deloitte, of the hand of Alfonso Arnaldo, institutions such as the Association of gyms in Portugal, with its Chairman at the head, Jose Luis Costa, and the organizers of the event, led by the founders of Pedro Ruiz and Connie Ruiz business concept. The founders presented marketing plan to make next year, a Council of franchisees was established by vote to participate in making important decisions for the network and finally, organized a discussion forum with the participation of all franchisees contribute new things in the expansion of this franchise. In its seven years of existence on the market, this chain has been able to grow, not only as a franchise, but also in their specialized services users in improving the health of women today. Not in vain more than 41,000 women have become addicted to your family and fun environment. Senator From Kentucky usually is spot on. -stuck-tiffany-espensen/’>actress. Among the plans in the short term, 2011 Vivafit will open five centers in Spain, other five centres in Portugal, four in India and two centres in Singapore. In a second phase, the Ensign bet on internationalization of your brand, thanks to the success achieved during this time, which has opened more than 100 premises, without closing any, something that can not boast most of the brands.
More than one dozen investors from countries around the world has been interested in brand, include the Netherlands (with whom negotiations are very advanced, and expected that before summer has come to an agreement), Brazil, France, Mexico, Guatemala, India, Greece, Venezuela, Argentina or Poland. And is that in this society, in which all needs are covered, searched live longer and better. Consumers are increasingly demanding and in addition to seek quality in service, want to not move away from their homes, so look for small centres next to their homes.