The company has only one brick-and-mortar store, although others are planned in Chicago and Charleston, South Carolina.
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ScaleFactor has 12 employees locally and expects to increase that to around 100 within a year.
Owner and CEO: “This is a great neighborhood. We think that neighborhood is going to be what RiNo was a couple years ago.”
The chain now has nine locations, including one next to the studio that just closed that offers cycling and HIIT classes.
The company is “still feeling the impact” of a 2017 subscription rollout gone bad, its new CEO acknowledges.
PlayerLync CEO on growth in pro sports: “Once you’re in with a few, it’s a small-enough industry that you can almost become the standard quickly.”
Survival Frog owner: “The problem is the demand in the survival space has gone down drastically since Trump has been elected.”
Go Fast has been around since 2001. “We survived all the big boys like Red Bull and Monster and Rockstar,” an exec says.
Rhythm Revolution will be one of two anchor fitness tenants in food-hall-inspired Nurture.
The coworking company has taken an entire building and expects to open in the fourth quarter.