In 2019 the fitness industry grew to ever greater heights. Buoyed on by global government understanding of the value of a healthier population, and an increasingly wide gap between the ultra-wealthy and the middle class, there seemed to be no stopping the march towards success. A younger population less interested in drinking and smoking and a lot more interested in looking good on camera. Fitness had become an affordable luxury and pursuit beyond simply having a summer beach body.
The pandemic can be seen through the prism of the different sections of the industry. For example, outdoor bootcamps were less immediately affected, and faster to open. Large box gyms, reliant on inactive member bases, were quick to close, slow to open and faced financial impacts that could shape the immediate future of the industry and beyond.
Then the pandemic struck and within the space of a few weeks the industry was suddenly plunged into doubt and fear – indoor training seemed like it could be one of the easiest spreading environments.
The industry response was nothing short of incredible. Within weeks it had completely pivoted and was now offering an online version of its classes and keeping members along the path to their goals – and mental health. Beyond that, fitness classes became more than just about fitness and represented often the only community contact that an attendee might have in a day during the lockdown.
We have experienced three main stages so far – the immediate backlash, the response, and the second wave of understanding. Hopefully, they will soon be joined by a fourth, but for the time being here is what we’ve learnt so far and what it means for the fitness industry.
The immediate backlash
The first thing that we saw was that the fitness industry seemed very likely to be hit, and very early. The second thing was that the industry was largely being ignored in favour of hospitality.
This seemed to fly in the face of mounting evidence that health and fitness largely dictated the potential danger of the virus, with the obese and unfit hit most hard. If anything you could say that a reasonable response to the virus would have been mandated weight loss boot camps.
Why was the industry so exposed?
With rising rents and the popularity of small box fitness, the industry has been working in smaller and smaller spaces. This was a bad sign and there were concerns over viability if class sizes were reduced by a large amount. This immediately looked to impact the most customer-focused businesses – small group and boutique classes.
This didn’t impact personal trainers in the same way, and with this an important revenue stream for most businesses, many clients switched to this format.
Indoor sanitation and cleaning
Quite simply, the perception of many fitness spaces was that of bad hygiene. The reality is of course quite different. Reputation is vital and most fitness spaces recognise that cleanliness and safety are key parts of customer happiness and retention – and even beyond that the ability to stay open in the face of regulations. You could say that the fitness industry was ahead of the game in this respect.
Different types of fitness appeal to different age groups. Once it was clear that the virus was less dangerous for younger clients, the immediate fears subsided greatly.
Level of sweat
An early South Korean study showed that low impact exercise like yoga and Pilates were actually incredibly low infectivity risks. The study was based on two infected instructors who taught both a high impact dance based class and also low impact classes on the same day. The clients who attended the high impact class were infected considerably. The low impact class? Zero infection cases.
In March 2020 most fitness businesses closed their doors with the future uncertain. In what will be looked back on as one of the most incredible stories of the pandemic, most did not stop trying to help their clients.
The response of most fitness businesses was to ask:
• How can we help customers maintain their fitness
• How can we ensure the survival of our business
• What does that look like
There were only really two options for business owners – try to stay open and relevant, or shut down for a time and try to survive.
In countries like the UK, this was greatly helped by grants that were made to the hospitality sector, including the fitness industry. However, this was also tempered by the lack of help with rent payments. So, effectively, grants were made to support private landlords. This meant that sitting still wouldn’t be enough.
In shock, and in the space of about two weeks, around 50% of small fitness businesses had switched to an online offering supported by software systems like TeamUp that pivoted to help their community of users.
The response was amazing. Customers didn’t just embrace the new classes… they loved them. Communities coming together
Stuck in lockdown, many customers felt disconnected and lonely. Online fitness classes filled a huge gap and even the before class chat became a key connection point.
Some fitness owners ran quizzes and fun sessions just to focus on that community aspect. Disposable income
Although many were struggling with loss of income there was also the flip-side with many fitness customers on furlough. This meant more disposable income and combined with the boredom of confinement a rise in impulse purchases.
Blended online and in-person
As studios started to re-open, new and exciting business models emerged. The main one being a blended model where online classes now filled an important role in the consistency of training. Now there were options for when a class had to be missed due to other commitments.
A second wave of understanding
Most gyms re-opened in the early summer of 2020. With smaller classes and continued online classes, it felt like a short term break from what was coming next.
Gyms and studios emerged as one of the safest environments
A UK study found that in 300,000 cases there were only 72 confirmed cases of the virus in gyms. That was incredibly low and testament to the safety measures that fitness business owners had put into place.
Customers desperate to get back to fitness
A study run by TeamUp with one of their Pilates customers showed that 50% of customers were desperate or willing to get back to in-person classes. This was tempered by the other half of customers wanting or being willing to continue with online classes in some form.
As the second wave gained pace, the UK, like many other countries, implemented a tiered system for determining how businesses should respond. They included gyms closing which provoked a furious backlash.
One owner in Liverpool refused to close his doors, and was fined by the police multiple times. The industry rallied behind his story and others, and the overwhelming sentiment led to the changing of the rules around gyms, meaning they only had to close in the most extreme of cases.
The evidence supported this approach and it was another great example of the industry being able to effect change.
The future holds different risks and opportunities for different sectors. The format and size of classes is a key part of any response.
What does the future look like?
For each type of fitness business, the future looks different. Class size, membership models, facility specifications and the demographics of their members are big factors.
Class size is a big factor in the success of in-person or online classes. If a business is not profitable with small classes they might be unable to run them, or if they cannot help clients in a personal way, then they will face competition from pre-recorded sessions.
Memberships that are too inflexible risk cancellation if circumstances change. The same for offerings that are dependant on a particular set of equipment that can’t be replicated at home. However, some fitness offerings like pole fitness did not struggle to replicate their programs to keep customers motivated and happy.
Entrance size and physical safety of common areas are factors. Also, the shape and overall floor space will likely dictate class size for a long time to come.
Personal training is less affected but the number of trainers on the floor and the extra time spent cleaning will impact profits.
It goes without saying that the older the customer group, certainly for the first wave, the more impacted a business will be. An outstanding example of a response to this is the Pilates industry which, despite unfavourable demographics, found that their help extended easily through screens.
What does the future look like for…?
Depending on the type of business, there is also a very different outlook and set of opportunities. Box box gyms
Without a doubt, big box gyms are the most at risk. Despite having the space for larger classes and occupancy, their financial model is not based on the members actually at the gym. With huge costs including rent, equipment and cleaning, they are under a lot of threat.
There is also the perception of less safety in a bigger environment.
With customers at home they are also not close to the big gym they use near their office.
In an industry whose profits are based on membership fees for inactive clients and who naturally have a less active community, the future is looking challenging. Of course there are outstanding businesses in this sector who will find a way to thrive.
Boutique and small studios
In-person might vary in availability but the good news for the smaller class sector is that they have shown themselves to be able to adapt quickly and customers being willing to accept change.
Coached online – small classes via platforms like TeamUp for Zoom. This is the perfect blend of online and small group coaching. The industry has adapted and the quality of classes and delivery is very high.
It’s clear that customers place their fitness relationship at the centre of their world and independent fitness businesses who do the same will survive and thrive.
However, it is the time to adapt and blend models if these businesses rely on large indoor classes, specialist equipment, or coach heavy training that cannot be replicated online. With a bit of imagination and innovation, this shouldn’t present an impassable obstacle.
Home gyms and pre-recorded online classes
Home gyms and pre-recorded online classes are likely to boom for the foreseeable future. New programs launching and equipment sales are at breaking point. The only thing stopping this sector is the availability of global shipments. Even movie stars have jumped on this wave. However, competition is high, and the problem remains that when you pay for a coach you pay for accountability and results. Online interest tapers off quickly and results can be disappointing. However, this is not true of coached online…
Whatever the immediate future holds, the fitness industry has shown itself to be capable of incredible feats of change and adaptation. Fitness customers wanting results aren’t going anywhere, and even with a more diverse offering of routes to their goals available, are never going to stop needing accountability and support. The industry is ready for whatever comes next.
About the Author: The article has been written by Tim Green. Tim is the Head of Marketing and Partnerships at TeamUp.
Six Strategies for Startup Success in 2024
Getting a startup off the ground is becoming more challenging than ever. In addition to fierce competition and economic uncertainty, entrepreneurs looking to achieve startup success in 2024 should also account for consumers’ growing distrust of brands — especially in tech. Moreover, research shows that people expect more from businesses in 2023 and beyond — especially regarding social issues. That can be a slippery slope if core values grow into politicized messages that could turn audiences away.
For these reasons, business owners looking to achieve their goals in 2024 must arm themselves with bulletproof strategies for startup success.
So, if you’re looking for data-based guidelines on successfully running your organization in the coming months, here are the six best tactics to help you stay on the right path.
One of the most effective ways to improve your business results in 2024 (though you should start implementing this tactic as soon as possible) is to embrace the potential of generative AI.
With its many applications, AI genuinely has the potential to transform your operations into highly efficient, affordable practices that will allow you to spend your time where it matters the most.
For starters, begin by leveraging AI for marketing and customer service purposes. Employ AI for content research and (human-supervised) creation. Use it to upgrade your marketing campaigns on search engines, social media, and email. Incorporate it into your content distribution practices to minimize the time you spend scheduling. And use it to organize your insights and expertise into user-oriented resources your customers can use to troubleshoot issues or get more out of their purchases.
Moreover, don’t be afraid to use AI to optimize your landing pages. The easiest way to do this is to employ AI as a research tool that informs you of web visitor behavior on your site. However, if you want to take things further, you can leverage AI to implement personalization or conduct A/B testing.
Today’s consumers don’t just want to invest in products or solutions that do the job. Instead, research suggests that people want to support value and purpose-driven brands that follow ESG best practices.
According to PWC, 80% of buyers are more likely to purchase from brands prioritizing environmental issues. 76% choose to support businesses whose social values align with their own. And another 80% will buy from brands that stand up for governance. Furthermore, McKinsey found that, in 2022, people spent more on products with ESG claims than those without, showing that leading with values and purpose allows organizations to reach and connect with their audiences.
Balancing sustainability with profitability can be a challenge — especially for startups looking to break into competitive markets. However, if you understand your target audience’s pain points and priorities and have a solid grip on industry trends, you can ensure you opt for the best approach to your business, giving consumers what they want without sacrificing profits. This is where high-quality resources like the Smash.vc newsletter come in.
One of the tremendous advantages of running a startup these days is that you can hire next-level talent regardless of your location (or your budget, for that matter). Thanks to the rapid advancement of collaboration technology, organizations can now find and collaborate with experts from all over the world without worrying about productivity drops or communication obstacles.
Of course, leading a remote, hybrid, or distributed workforce isn’t always a walk in the park. It necessitates a strategic leadership approach based on clarity, trust, and respect. Nonetheless, if you want to lead your brand to success in 2024, don’t hesitate to choose employees based on what they bring to the table instead of just where they’re momentarily located.
One of the non-negotiable conditions for achieving startup success in 2024 is delivering an outstanding customer experience. And according to research, that may just come down to personalization.
In a 2022 survey involving over 13,000 consumers, Salesforce discovered that 73% of buyers expect companies to understand and meet their unique expectations. Even more, 62% want brands to anticipate their needs. From this data alone, it’s evident that building a successful brand that inspires not just conversions but loyalty as well necessitates a strategic approach to personalization.
In addition to working in a way that demonstrates your understanding of customer needs, play around with tools that will help you personalize interactions with future and existing clients. These can be anything — from email marketing platforms with advanced segmentation and automation capabilities to cross-selling ecommerce add-ons. Nevertheless, try not to go overboard with collecting consumer data, as too much personalization can be just as bad (if not worse) than none at all.
Omnichannel sales was one of the leading business trends in 2023. And it’s only going to get bigger in 2024.
According to Statista, social commerce is expected to reach $2.9 trillion in value by 2026. And if 2026 is too far ahead for you to look, consider the fact that last year, brands that ran campaigns on three or more channels saw a mind-boggling 494% higher order rate than those that only invested in a single one.
So, if you want your startup to have the highest chance of success, align your marketing, sales, and content distribution strategies with consumer behavior data. For instance, a good place to start is to learn about how most people begin their shopping journeys these days. According to Jungle Scout, 56% of US consumers start product searches on Amazon, 42% use search engines, 37% go straight to Walmart’s website, 25% conduct product research on YouTube, and around 20% use social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.
Lastly, as you endeavor to take your business further in the upcoming period, ensure you don’t get too ahead of yourself when making any decision impacting your finances.
Yes, earning impressive profits necessitates some degree of risk. However, keep in mind that slow-paced growth always outperforms rapid expansion — especially if you plan on building a business that will stand the test of time.
So, as you explore the best strategies for startup success in 2024, be sure to practice frugal decision-making. You can even go as far as to keep your business decisions on the traditional end of the spectrum. Sure, it may mean that your business won’t get where you want it to be in a matter of months. But if you consider the fact that almost 90% of all startups fail, slowing down your growth rate for the sake of a bit more security is the best decision you can make as an entrepreneur and leader.
There you have it: six of the most impactful strategies to adopt for startup success in 2024.
Of course, don’t feel like you have to employ all of these tactics. After all, you know your business (and your target audience) best. And that means that it’s you who’ll have the highest chance of making profitable decisions.
Still, keep in mind that all six of the business approaches outlined above offer mainly benefits (with very few, if any, drawbacks). Thus, they have a super high likelihood of helping your brand progress — especially if you are consistent with how you employ them.
8 Reasons Why Content Creation Is Crucial for Startups
Startups are continuously looking for cutting-edge tactics to stand out and draw the interest of their target market in the ever-changing business sector. The development of content is one extremely effective instrument that has become a key component of this effort. The creation and distribution of material forms the foundation of a marketing strategy, helping to both attract and hold the attention of potential customers. In this article, we’ll go into eight incredibly persuasive arguments for why content production is a crucial component of a company’s success.
Firms receive a golden opportunity to build and present their individual brand identity through their media production process. Startups may masterfully explain their core values, mission, and unique selling propositions through finely written blog posts, captivating videos, and engaging social media updates. In addition to facilitating differentiation in a crowded market, the capacity to create a consistent and well defined brand identity also helps to build familiarity and trust among the target audience. This effective combination opens the door for increased brand awareness, giving entrepreneurs a particular advantage in a market teeming with rivals.
Small businesses usually struggle with the problem of proving their knowledge and authority inside a certain industry. This is where the idea of creating media comes into play, giving entrepreneurs a vibrant platform to display their knowledge base and assume the role of thought leaders. Companies can climb the ladder of notoriety as authoritative voices in their chosen area by spreading intelligent articles, thoroughly researched whitepapers, and meticulously prepared industry analysis. As a result, prospective clients develop a sense of trust and confidence in the organization, which encourages them to see it as a helpful resource for advice and answers.
Impactful content development has a wider range of applications than only attracting new clients; it is crucial for maintaining and fostering connections with current clients. By utilizing content, business owners can easily engage their audience after the initial sale by providing insightful information, practical advice, and timely updates. As a result of such continual contacts, customers are more likely to be satisfied and to return to a business. Furthermore, these content-driven discussions usually result in meaningful discussions that help entrepreneurs gain invaluable feedback and ideas for future iterations. Likewise these contacts can present chances for cross-selling, up-selling, and individualized suggestions based on specific client requirements.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the cornerstone of contemporary marketing tactics. Premium content acts as a powerful SEO tool, driving a spike in organic traffic to a startup’s website. The likelihood of landing a top spot in search engine results increases when entrepreneurs deftly produce material that resonates harmoniously with their target audience and effortlessly incorporates relevant keywords. In addition to increasing visibility, this also attracts people who are actively searching the internet for the specific answers that the firm is prepared to offer. Understanding the most effective content optimization strategies is crucial because of this. A rise in organic traffic can have a positive impact on domain authority, search engine rankings, and the number of people who find the organization’s material.
The benefit of educational content is unmistakable, especially for startups that market cutting-edge goods and services. Firms can educate their customers about the diverse benefits that their products offer and the pain issues that they expertly alleviate through the strategic art of media production. This educational strategy not only helps the audience better understand the product, but it also equips them with the information they need to make wise purchasing decisions. Customers who are well-informed are more likely to convert and then become ardent brand supporters. An organization’s reputation as a dependable industry authority can also be strengthened by positioning it as a go-to resource through educational material.
Organizations sometimes struggle with the problem of explaining the intrinsic value of their products, particularly if they launch a market-changing idea. Startups have a wide range of chances to showcase the useful applications of their goods or services thanks to material development. They can vividly demonstrate how their solutions smoothly resolve real-world problems and improve the quality of life for their clients by arming themselves with meticulous guidelines, immersive tutorials, and fascinating case studies. Additionally, demonstrating the worth of goods or services through content can help overcome objections and inspire trust in prospective clients.
Social media has evolved into a powerful channel for customer connection and business promotion in the contemporary digital age. When used skillfully, content marketing enables startups to control an engaging and active social media presence. Companies may keep a firm hold on the audience’s interest and engrossment by arranging a symphony of varied elements, ranging from aesthetically pleasing photos to educational and compelling films. A firm’s exposure and reach could soar to incredible heights thanks to the possibility for material in this active social media space to go viral. In addition, participating in social media can promote in-the-moment conversations that let entrepreneurs respond individually to questions, worries, and comments.
As a flexible tool, producing material gives companies the freedom to test out a wide range of formats that are all made to appeal to different audience preferences. Startups can easily tailor their material to align with the preferences of their target audience, whether it be the timelessness of blog posts, the mesmerizing allure of videos, the immersive appeal of podcasts, the succinct efficacy of infographics, or the interactive nature of webinars. This versatility enhances the entire user experience while expanding the organization’s audience and successfully navigating a variety of platforms and channels.
Content production stands out as an unquestionable pillar of success for startups negotiating the complex terrain of the contemporary business scene. Companies that are at the forefront of creating valuable, timely, and engaging material are in a prime position to build relationships with their target audience, eventually establishing them as preeminent industry leaders and moving them up the scale of sustainable growth.
Offshore Vs. Nearshore Outsourcing – Ideal Approach for Business Growth
The means of recruiting business personnel have significantly evolved. By outsourcing their digital needs, firms have gained more control of their processes and improved their productivity. It has allowed organizations in various industries like Insurance and IT to rely on international or nearshore teams to draw upon their services.
Outsourcing software development is a great way to improve business performance and quickly scale up operations. Keeping costs low while staying at the forefront of innovation is a priority and outsourcing can help you achieve this goal.
According to Statista, the IT outsourcing market is projected to reach $587.3 billion by 2027. It is essential to understand the differences between nearshoring and offshoring remote team models – two main types of outsourcing, to reduce costs and speed up the production of digital products.
Offshore Vs. Nearshore Outsourcing: An Overview
Both offshore and nearshore outsourcing involves hiring foreign workers for projects. With nearshoring, the countries involved are nearby, such as having an American IT firm hire staff from Canada. For offshore outsourcing, the firms are farther away from one another, like a Mexican company hiring developers from Poland, India, or Ukraine.
Offshore Software Development Outsourcing provides the opportunity to draw from a larger pool of experts at a much lower cost, yet there is no control. Going with a nearshore developer means a client can outsource processes or tasks to a partner company while still in an excellent geographic area.
Nearshore development presents a compromise, with the team being close enough for direct communication and onsite visits yet offering similar cost savings as offshore teams.
Reason to Select Offshore Outsourcing
Outsourcing works best for Startups to benefit from the lower wages software developers charge. According to reports, India is a popular choice for Offshore outsourcing services, with developers charging just $7.24 an hour.
In addition to money-saving measures, offshoring grants access to a global pool of talented workers – something that may not be easy to achieve in a country like the US or the UK.
There are many excellent examples of offshore outsourcing companies with experienced developers, providing access to a wealth of knowledge and existing skills. Accessing such know-how helps streamline the app creation process in getting it to market quickly and efficiently while minimizing the risk of common pitfalls.
Before deciding to outsource to a distant vendor, you should take note of some potential disadvantages such as,
- Time zone differences could challenge direct conversations and urgent decisions with an offshore IT provider based in India compared to a US-based startup.
- Additionally, there is the potential risk of misunderstanding due to differences in language and culture. This could extend the timeline for development and cancel out any potential cost advantages.
To avoid these issues, many US-based companies outsource to vendors in Eastern European countries like Ukraine or Poland, where cultural similarities are more likely to result in fewer communication issues.
Reason to Choose Nearshore Outsourcing
Through nearshoring, it is feasible to organize face-to-face gatherings between the startup and outsourced workers. It gives you an easy way to convey the project particulars to the programmers.
Furthermore, you can circumvent the potential issues of linguistic and cultural discrepancies. Eastern Europeans typically have a better grasp of English and more similar business cultures, making nearshoring a smooth process.
Moreover, nearshoring lets you maintain stricter security over the app and related information. It is especially crucial when a company needs to comply with data protection regulations. For instance, Eastern European countries like Poland and Romania are under the GDPR’s regulation. If you are starting a tech business in the UK, contracting with outsourcing companies in the EU zone has advantages regarding understanding data privacy rules.
- Nearshoring may not always be the least expensive option regarding development costs.
- It ultimately depends on the country to which services are outsourced and the associated cost of living.
- For instance, Eastern European developers may charge between $50-$99 per hour depending on their expertise, whereas developers from Asia usually demand more than $35 per hour.
Nevertheless, even though offshoring may provide the most significant cost savings, nearshoring has the advantage of operating in more convenient or comparable time zones.
Significant Differences Between Offshore Vs. Nearshore Outsourcing
Now that we know about nearshore and offshore outsourcing, let’s compare the significant differences across different aspects.
Regarding outsourcing, the time zone difference between nearshoring and offshore is significant. With nearshoring, it is possible to have teleconferences within working hours or meet in person. However, the distance may be an issue for offshore outsourcing partners as these can be eight or more hours away, making it difficult for real-time collaboration.
Nearshore vs. offshore outsourcing differs in the available talent pool. With nearshoring, clients are limited to traditional domestic solutions. At the same time, those seeking offshore outsourcing have access to a much broader collection of skilled personnel that they can recruit from all over the world.
Nearshoring may limit your search to 5-10 potential candidates while with offshore outsourcing, it can expand to 30-50 experts for your required skills. Additionally, finding highly specialized personnel for projects that may not be readily available in the local market is often easier with offshore outsourcing than nearshoring.
Nearshore outsourcing is a cost-effective solution compared to offshoring. Developers in London typically receive an annual salary of $70,000, while those in Eastern Europe can be hired for a more economical rate of $36,000 annually. Although offshore outsourcing manages your development work to countries such as India and China can be cheaper, nearshoring allows for a more substantial saving while still gaining access to low-cost labor.
Essential Culture Differentiation
Hiring offshore developers brings about various cultural differences, which can cause problems. For instance, US businesspeople commonly take a direct approach to communication. While those from China tend to be more restrained in expressing themselves, presenting logistical issues while working together.
Things to Consider for Selecting the Best Offshore Vs. Nearshore Outsourcing
When considering nearshore versus offshore outsourcing, keeping in mind certain things helps you select the best outsourcing.
- Deciding which skills are needed in the ideal employee for the project is essential.
- After identifying what you need and deciding your budget, research solutions on the market and compare the different talent pools of nearshore or offshore companies.
- Also, it is crucial to stay in contact with the developers in either type of outsourcing.
- In the case of offshore outsourcing, having a project manager to be the eyes and hands of the client is needed.
- Cultural differences can be expected, so it is essential to understand that somebody working differently does not necessarily mean they do a lousy job.
- Finally, rules and regulations should be set to maintain order. For guidance on this, a reputable outsourcing firm can help you.
In a nutshell, it is essential to carefully consider the type of team and project when deciding between offshoring and nearshoring. Both methods can deliver outstanding products with the latest IT tools and techs, but you should consider the cost and cultural needs when making a final decision.
Offshore solutions are more cost-effective and efficient for companies to introduce their products to global markets. At the same time, nearshoring provides a better fit in terms of cultural compatibility and can benefit highly specialized projects like video game development.
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