GymSales Partners with the Fitness Business Podcast

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Sydney, Australia 30 April 2018: Two fitness powerhouses have joined forces to offer fitness businesses the tools they need to achieve even more success.

GymSales provides sales teams with the tools they need to capture, nurture and convert new members, allowing them to plan, implement and monitor a proactive sales strategy that's automated and consistent GymSales is used by over 3,000 fitness businesses in 24 countries.

“Over the past three years we’ve seen the growth of The Fitness Business Podcast and have always felt a strong association with their mission to provide professional development resources for the fitness industry.”

“When the partnership opportunity became available we were confident that GymSales and The Fitness Business Podcast would be a great fit,” said Tristan Alexander, Founder and CEO of GymSales.

The Fitness Business Podcast launched in May 2015 and to-date has produced 170 shows, which have seen 220,000+ downloads, with listeners tuning in from all over the globe.  Guests have included Casey Conrad, Rick Caro, Rasmus Ingerslev, Jim Worthington, Bill McBride, Brent Darden, Luke Carlson, Chris Stevenson, Alan Leach and many more.

GymSales joins the existing podcast partners: Precor, Myzone, ABC Financial,  One Fit Stop, Tribe Team Training and Team RockStar Fit.

 “We are thrilled to welcome GymSales as our new partner on the show, as we know they can help our #FBPFamily improve their sales processes and results.  We can’t wait to work with Tristan and his team,” Chantal Brodrick, Host of The Fitness Business Podcast said.

The weekly Fitness Business Podcast can be found on iTunes or at www.FitnessBusinessPodcast.com

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