Leading low-cost gym chain Xercise4Less featured in The Sunday Times’ Maserati 100
Award-winning gym operator Xercise4Less has been listed in The Maserati 100, which recognises one hundred game-changing entrepreneurs who are innovators in the business world.
This year marks the fifth annual celebration of UK entrepreneurial excellence. Dedicated to celebrating the positive impact entrepreneurs have on the British economy and society as a whole, The Maserati 100 in partnership with The Sunday Times was announced in yesterday’s copy of the paper.
Xercise4Less was founded by ex-rugby player, Jon Wright, after his initial attempt to start a health club stalled during the credit crunch. The Leeds based company now has over 325,000 members across 52 gyms nationwide and plans to double in size by 2021.
Commenting on securing inclusion in the league table, Wright said: “To be named in The Maserati 100 is always a great honour. This year’s list features some incredible other inspirational businesses so to be recognised alongside them is a fantastic achievement for us.”
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