‘The keys to success are passion and perseverance’

The pandemic has shown us that to keep everything going, you have to stay connected to your true purpose, according to Fitvision’s Mark O’Reilly

20th September, 2020
‘The keys to success are passion and perseverance’
Mark O’Reilly, chief executive at Fitvision: ‘I love running my own business, but the kind of business I run means that I also get to help people to develop their performance mindset.’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

Mark O’Reilly is chief executive at Fitvision. O’Reilly set up the corporate wellness company in 2014 following a five-year career in professional football playing for Dublin clubs Shelbourne and Bohemian and for Paramatta FC in Australia. Fitvision offers one-to-one and team-based exercise, nutrition and executive coaching services to employers in Ireland, both online and on-site. Clients include Primark, Oracle, Depfa Bank and Irish Life. Fitvision employs ten people in Dublin.


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