The company's plan came after its business in India has crossed 100 centres across four cities.
Cure.fit, Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori-led health and fitness startup, is planning to launch its first fitness centre in Dubai by mid-2019. The company's plan came after its business in India has crossed 100 centres across four cities.
Cure.fit is also targeting to open 150 new Cult.fit centres across ten cities in India before the close of this year.
Ankit Nagori, Co-Founder of Cure.fit, said, "We've crossed 100 centres across Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, and Hyderabad and are planning to open one centre in Dubai by June. In 2019, we want to expand our presence to 10 cities in India and one international location. We also want to be the No.1 fitness brand in the country across all metrics — centres, members, usage — by then."
The health and fitness startup is also eyeing to invest significantly to not only grow its base but also to increase the number of interactions users have every month. In the present year, Cure.fit wants to expand its base of users by four times.