Énergie Fitness aims to bulk up to 32 Irish gyms by the end of the year

The Irish arm of the British-based fitness franchising group is opening ten new franchises in Ireland

14th January, 2018
Jim Durie, managing director of Énergie Fitness Ireland

Franchising group Énergie Fitness Ireland is fighting fit with expansion plans for Ireland, Scotland and India.

The Irish arm of the British-based fitness franchising group is opening ten new franchises in Ireland and has plans to sell a further 12 in 2018.

Énergie Fitness, which franchises the Fit4Less gym brands, sold 12 franchises in Ireland last year, bringing its total sold here to 22.

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