Saturday June 6, 2020

énergie Fitness prepared to go the extra mile for members

15th September, 2019
Jim Durie, chief executive, énergie, describes it as ‘a recession-proof business’

Énergie Fitness (Ireland) was ranked first among leading health and fitness club operators in the Deloitte/Europe Active Health and Fitness Market Report of 2019.

énergie operates 25 franchisees and 20 clubs across the island of Ireland. It has also been nominated for Fitness Franchise of the year at the Irish Franchise Association Awards 2019.

“énergie offers its members a compelling consumer proposition that combines state of the art exercise equipment and first-class fitness facilities, with low...

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