eGym develops products and services for the fitness lifestyle. The company is the creator of gorgeous strength training equipment designed, engineered and made in Germany. Using the latest sports science, your personal fitness goals, and smart software algorithms, eGym machines guide users through a personalized, adaptive training experience.
The company’s unique integration of hardware, software, and services provide the best experience to fitness enthusiasts and professionals alike. eGym is committed to delivering innovative products to the $50 billion gym market worldwide.
Former CEO of 3M and Brunswick joins fast-growing global fitness technology business eGym as its Chairman
Software company eGym has entered into an agreement to purchase San Francisco-based partner Netpulse. As part of the deal, Netpulse CEO John Ford will become the new CEO of eGym North America and Netpulse chairman and co-founder Tom Proulx will join eGym's board of directors.
German firm’s advanced digital strength machines and software pull the gym experience out of the 1970s and into the future
The first of half of 2016 is off to a roaring start for digital health investment and has reached $3.9 billion — that’s about $1B more than this time last year, according to a report from StartUp Health. Many of the investments in the first six months of the year reflected the development of digital health outside the U.S. in places like Israel, China and India, especially in telemedicine
eGym, the Munich-based startup that offers cloud-connected gym equipment and supporting cloud software and app for the fitness training floor, has closed $45 million in Series C funding
eGym, the German-based connected fitness company, received a $15M financing led by Highland Capital Partners Europe with participation from existing investors Bayern Kapital and High-Tech Gründerfonds. The new round of funding will accelerate growth initiatives including international expansion and innovative product development.