Change can be stressful. Overwhelming, daunting, taxing — these are all words that may come to mind when you think about making a big change at your fitness center. Maybe you’ve been avoiding it for those very reasons, not to rock the boat or add to your workload.
However, if members aren’t using your fitness center, if you’ve been noticing a decline in engagement, change may be necessary to make your investment worth it. At EXOS, 20 years in the business has taught us how to make a smooth transition from one fitness center management partner to another, and how to make it easy for you.
From regular, strategic meetings with stakeholders and a dedicated project manager who assists with the process from start to finish to integrating new programs and technology, we aim to make it a seamless process for your team.
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