• Transform magazine
  • May 25, 2019



Weight Watchers loses the weight to become WW

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Often, brands that begin as pioneers in their industries, that become the trendsetters and leading voices, fizzle out over time. If they fail to reinvent themselves or fail to adapt to new customer needs or simply, fail. But...

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ClassPass takes a step forward with redesign


With trends such as pilates and cycling rising in popularity, businesses continue to capitalise on the fitness sector by introducing classes such as Soul Cycle and Pure Barre, fitness health clubs and trendy boutique studios....

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Brand differentiation in the fitness sector


The growing offer of gyms, referred as the ‘gym boom,' was the result of new marketing strategies and motivated rebrands from already positioned gyms, in an attempt not to lose their customers - and gain new ones....

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Gym brand refocuses for results and resolutions


The start of a new year brings with it resolutions and, thus an exponential increase in gym memberships. For UK challenger brand the Gym Group, differentiation was key to achieving cut-through. The organisation, alongside Manchester-based...

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Fitness First rebrand evolves with new digital platform


Earlier this year, formerly-middling gym brand Fitness First launched a fitness and brand revolution that has drastically reimagined the way in which a gym thinks about exercise. With detailed research into the psychology of exercise, Fitn...

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