Health-technology startup CureFit will invest about Rs 25 crore to expand its operations to Delhi-NCR and set up 30 'Cult' premium fitness centres by December next year, along with meditation facilities and health kitchens in the region.
Founded in 2016 by Myntra co-founder Mukesh Bansal and former Flipkart executive Ankit Nagori, CureFit operates in Bengaluru. It runs 16 Cult fitness centres, four Eat.fit kitchens -- these deliver food on a subscription model -- and two meditation centres (Mind.fit) in the technology city.
"While there are a number of players in the fitness category, our aim is to help people adopt a healthy lifestyle.
We have a holistic approach, it's about the body, mind as well as what one eats. We have launched three products -- Cult, Eat.fit and Mind.fit that address these areas," Nagori told
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