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Vivafit Opens a First Ladies Only Fitness Franchise in Kuwait

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Kuwait, February 24 – The Portuguese Ladies Only Fitness Franchise VivaFit, open its first unit in Kuwait.

Vivafit CEO Pedro Ruiz, the Master Franchisees Hussain Almeraj and Ali Buhamad and the franchisee Abdulrahman Bader Saed, the Club Manager Sarah Sultan, Vivafit Master Trainer Mariana Almeida, prospective franchisees for new units, government officials and a TV presenter were present at the inauguration of Vivafit in Awtad Shopping Mall in the conservative Kuwaity city of Al Jahra.

The new gym gym is 400 square meters has two studios for the VivaFit signature classes with 90m2, 70m2, a Personal Training studio of 30m2, changing rooms, and even a ladies praying room. The class schedule is programed and updated regularly to avoid classes during praying times.

The Master Franchise agreement was signed last April at the embassy of Portugal in Abu Dhabi.

The company Team4 is experienced in franchise expansion in Kuwait, in franchising and also in financing start-ups with public funds.

Currently, Vivafit has franchise units, in Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Pakistan, Uruguay, and Portugal, for a total of 30 gyms hiring 200 fitness professionals.

With the launch of the "Trendy" Sbarre, Burn It and FlexIt signature fitness programs and inclusion of Personal20 EMS corners, Vivafits have experienced a 10% increase in 2018 sales compared to 2017 in 2019 Vivafit is launching the pre-systematized Personal Training sessions that promises to bring a 40% increase in Personal Training profits.

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