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Nerio Alessandri, Founder and President
About us
Founded in 1983, Technogym is a world leader brand in fitness, wellness, sport and health.

With over 2,500 employees Technogym is present in over 100 countries. More than 85,000 Wellness centres and 400,000 private homes in the world are equipped with Technogym.

Technogym has been appointed Official Supplier to the Paris 2024 Olympics for the ninth time, after Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016, Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.

Product range and services
Technogym provides a complete Ecosystem made of connected smart fitness equipment, digital services and training contents for both professional and home use.

Thanks to the Mywellness CRM Open Platform operators can engage and interact with users anywhere, improving the customer journey, business efficiency and results by gaining a holistic understanding of individual needs, interests, habits and human performance.

Our end-to-end wellness solution includes consultation, training and certification, marketing support, interior design, installation and maintenance, technical support, warranty and service contracts, and financial solutions.

case study: Clare Stobart, Founder of CPASE
When Clare Stobart was developing the concept for her boutique health club, she had a strong guiding vision: to provide the best member experience of any boutique club in the UK.

The result is CPASE (Clare’s Space Boutique Health Club – pronounced ‘space’), an adult-only, five-star boutique health club in the Cheshire countryside, which opened on 1 October.

The club, which features pumped oxygen-enriched air, has a 500sq m gym, studios, a spa and casual dining offerings, as well as a crane and tube slide for interval training with a twist.

The club has a functional training area, cardio zone, free weight and dedicated strength space, as well as a dedicated female training zone, while a team of PTs offer one-to-one training and meal planning.

The gym floor is equipped with strength and cardio kit from Technogym’s Artis range which integrates with the Mywellness app, so members can access personalised training programmes, move freely between equipment and track and log their workout data using the Mywellness Band.

“For members, this set-up provides everything in one place – from class bookings and challenges in the gym, to programmes to follow, says Stobart. “For our team, the platform pairs with the equipment on the gym floor and in our studios, and enables members to access our facilities through the speed lane, access lockers and use the Tanita body analysis machine.

“It also helps us see how members are using the club and gives us data so we can personalise their experience even further,” she explains.

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case study: World Class
As University of Stirling’s vice chancellor, Professor Sir Gerry McCormac says: “sport is part of the university’s DNA”. When the university invested in a £20m upgrade of its sport and fitness facilities, the vision was clear: to engage as many students, staff, and members of the community as possible in sport and physical activity at the level of their choosing.

Cathy Gallagher, executive director of sport, tells us how the new facilities are communicating the university’s ambition within the 335 acre campus and beyond.

“We always want to set standards,” she says. “After winning UK Sports University of the Year in 2020, we didn’t rest on our laurels – our investment in new facilities shows our commitment to performance sport and physical wellbeing.”

University of Stirling is one of the first higher education settings in the UK to invest in Technogym’s Excite Live line.

“This amazing kit blows my mind!” says Gallagher. “It offers phenomenal technological advancements, with beautiful architecture and aesthetics and the kit is very slimline, helping us make better use of space and cater for more members.”

Technogym Excite Live helps the university deliver on its ambition to engage more of its student population.

“Excite Live’s level of sophistication and functionality aligns with the language we use in programme development and delivery,” says Gallagher. “We knew it would help us get more students physically active.”

University of Stirling made the decision to add Technogym Skill Line classes to the gym floor, including Skillbike class, Skillrow class, and Skillrun class.

“We know digital will engage people, but we never want to lose the human aspect of the gym,” explains Gallagher. “Skill Line classes create a buzz on the gym floor. It’s a different dynamic, which engages more people in a new way. Technogym helped us with programming and staff training, so we can offer a compelling member experience.”

“Our goal is to keep people coming back and Technogym’s kit is key to this engagement,” says Gallagher. “People can access their own coach and programming through the equipment, get extra content, and enjoy the benefits of a community.”

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case study: Eden One in Dublin
At the end of 2018, I was standing outside Number One Ballsbridge in Dublin,” explains industry veteran Charlie Bourne. “The venue was already home to high-end apartments, retail and businesses. It took me less than 30 seconds to agree to develop a health club. I wanted to do something different and create a first – not just in Ireland but anywhere.”

Eden One has 7,500sq ft of gym space, with Technogym cardio and resistance kit, including Artis and Skill Line.

“The gym is equipped so people have a complete choice of workout equipment,” says Bourne. “The gym floor has also been designed so our trainers can host small group classes.”

Connectivity via Technogym’s mywellness cloud means Eden One can take a member from biometric testing to programming and PT in one seamless journey.

“The mywellness app is a useful tool for providing a seamless member journey with valuable extras,” explains Bourne. “We can run everything from onboarding to assessment and programming via the app, and we’d eventually like 100 per cent member uptake of the technology.”

“The Technogym brand is very design-led, so the aesthetic fits with our vision,” says Bourne. “The kit is innovative, while also being intuitive enough to be used by complete beginners. We’re delighted to have wall-to-wall Technogym equipment on our gym floor and in all our studios.”

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Key personnel
Nerio Alessandri, Founder and President
Giovanni Simoni, Managing Director, UK
Dinesh Aswani, Home Business Director, UK
Ben Sandham, Sales Director (Health, Corporate & Performance), UK
Kieran Tracey, Sales Director (Hospitality & Residential), UK
Greg Haynes, Sales Director (Club), UK
Tim Clayton, Sales Director (Club Key Account), UK
Craig Swyer, Marketing Director, UK
Key customers
Technogym supplies clubs, hotels, spas, rehabilitation centres, corporate gyms, universities, sports facilities, homes and more.

We are proud to supply our solutions to some of the world’s elite athletes and teams including:

• the Ferrari F1 team
• the McLaren F1 team;

And football teams:
• Paris Saint-Germain,
• AC Milan,
• Inter Milan
• Juventus;

And Team Luna Rossa Challenge sailing team.
updates & press releases
25 Sep 2023
Technogym Run wins prestigious Wallpaper* and GQ USA awards
Technogym Run has been awarded the prestigious Wallpaper* Smart Space Award for Fittest Fitness Kit. Each year, Wallpaper* selects a shortlist of outstanding people, places and products. This year, Technogym Run has been chosen amongst the newly released products recognising the product’s prowess in the field of innovation and product design.

The Wallpaper* Smart Space Awards celebrates those things that acknowledge the importance of longevity, simplicity, and sustainability, as well as enduring quality, fitness for purpose, and, of course, good design. This accolade stands as a distinguished recognition, highlighting your brand's dedication to delivering creativity of the highest caliber.

In addition to this already very prestigious acknowledgement, Technogym Run was awarded 'Best Smart Treadmill' as part of the GQ Fitness Awards, the short list that each year honours the best products in the various fitness categories. The internationally distributed magazine awarded Technogym Run for its ultra-sleek design, adaptable running surface and excellent integrated training programmes.

Technogym Run is the brand’s newest treadmill, born from Technogym's thirty years of experience in fitness and sport, which offers a single solution to the same level of quality and technology found in the best gyms, as well as an unprecedented variety of workouts: from running, to power, to boot camp. The 27” Technogym Live console allows users to choose their preferred training experience from a wide range of training programs and modes (cardio, strength, or hi-intensity) or from the library of on-demand video workouts.

Designed following Technogym's vast experience as Official Supplier of the last eight Olympic games, Technogym Run is the only treadmill able to offer a single solution to:

• The best running feeling, thanks to the slat-belt technology able to offer the same reactivity and elastic response of an athletic track. Users will also experience the ultimate running feeling while utilizing Technogym Run’s large running surface, suitable for longer strides and the ability to move freely for better performance.

• Strength training in addition to cardio. For the first time ever on a treadmill, train all parts of the body that are most important to running performance – legs, abdominals, and glutes. Using push mode, users can adjust the resistance to replicate a sled with a load of up to 55 kg – 121 lbs., improving overall muscle tone, efficiency, and stability.

• Bootcamp workouts at home: high-intensity workouts, that alternate running, resistance, and floor exercises. Bootcamp offers the ability to automatically adapt to users’ level for the most effective high-intensity session ever.
Technogym Run is the brand’s newest treadmill Credit: Technogym
25 Sep 2023
Technogym Benelux opens to offer industry operators and consumers the possibility to live the Technogym experience
Technogym announces the opening of its new Technogym Benelux. Located at Capelle aan den Ijssel near Rotterdam, the space it’s the perfect destination for both industry operators and consumers to live, firsthand, the Technogym Experience made of design, superior biomechanics, digital technologies, and training.

The Technogym Benelux building has been designed to become the point of reference for all Technogym clients, partners and stakeholders, a more than 1500 sqm space where to discover the Technogym Ecosystem made of connected smart equipment, digital services, on-demand training experiences and apps that allow every single user to access a completely personalized training experience anytime and anywhere: at home, at the gym, on-the-go. The center will also have a room for 40 people to train clients, operators and to run seminars and workshops to leverage the educational component of Technogym solutions.

For industry operators, trainers and professionals, the building is available for meetings, consultancy and guidance on all solutions for the different businesses: fitness clubs and sports centres, hospitality, health, rehabilitation and real estate. Technogym will also host seminars educational activities dedicated to all industry operators on all the different applications of sports, wellness and fitness, from the digital technologies of the Technogym Ecosystem to the newest training solutions, formats and products chosen by the best teams and athletes worldwide.

Also, for consumers, Technogym Benelux is the perfect destination to discover the best products, technologies and services for physical exercise at home. Clients will also have access to experienced personal trainers and interior designers for bespoke home-gym projects and personalized consultations and will have the opportunity to try and test the products. Whether the goal is athletic training - like running, cycling or triathlon preparation, to losing weight, health and prevention, or simply to stay fit and have fun, Technogym is the one and only brand able to offer Precision Training, a fully personalized training experience based on individual needs, passions and aspirations. Technogym’s offering features a curated selection of connected smart equipment, digital services and on-demand training programs for every need.

Technogym is the world’s leading Wellness Company, with its innovative Italian design, cutting-edge technology, high quality, and easy-to-use products that are seen and experienced in the most desirable gyms, private members’ clubs, leading hotels and exclusive homes across the globe. The preferred choice of the world’s leading athletes and sport teams, as well as being the Official Supplier of the Olympic Games since 2000, the brand also boasts ongoing collaborations with acclaimed Archistar designers like Antonio Citterio. At the heart of the brand lies in its unique concept of Wellness – Technogym’s lifestyle is committed to promoting regular exercise, a balanced diet and positive mental approach – that translates into everything the company does from products to digital fitness services to interior design.

The new Technogym Benelux Credit: Technogym
15 Aug 2023
GLL retains Technogym partnership as it unveils 5-year vision
As GLL celebrates 30 years of operation, CEO Peter Bundey talks about the leisure trust’s new five-year vision and how he looks forward to partnering with Technogym to increase participation in physical activity across the UK.

Greenwich Leisure Ltd was the first leisure trust in the UK, and now operates 245 leisure centres, 120 libraries, and 15 children’s centres. As a staff-owned organisation GLL has people at its heart, from staff members to customers, members of the community, and chosen partners.

GLL has worked with Technogym since 2003 in a two-way partnership that thrives on ideas, data, and innovation. As GLL celebrates ts 30th year, it has set ambitious new goals.

“We want to use our unique structure to show how charitable social enterprise can change local communities, tackle health inequalities, and have a significant impact on sustainability,” said Peter. “Our five year vision is a great opportunity to set out exactly what we stand for as an organisation, and the ambitions we have for communities, our staff, and the leisure sector.”

Supporting local businesses, athletes, and people

Since 1993, GLL has invested in sport, leisure, and culture. It’s serious about its commitment, offering incubator and accelerator programmes for local social businesses, supporting 25,000 young athletes through its Sport Foundation, and offering impressive learning and development opportunities to its staff members.

GLL’s new five year Corporate Plan is built around sustainability, tackling health inequalities, being a partner of choice, putting customers and communities first, being more than a job for its staff members, and promoting better ways of doing business. It includes tangible KPIs of getting 1m people more active, serving 275m customer visits, and raising £2bn in social value.

Aligning with strategic partners on vision and values

Technogym has been one of GLL’s primary partners for 20 years, and are delighted to be part of the long-term vision.

“Technogym have long been out there at the forefront of ideas, innovation, and driving sustainability in the supply train,” Peter said. “We are excited to join our ambitions and work together on specific projects. Our partnership with Technogym allows both organisations to make bigger inroads on developing wellbeing for the community.”

Over the next five years, GLL and Technogym will work together on projects around ethical business, the health agenda, Technogym’s Let’s Move For A Better World campaign and the GLL Sport Foundation, leveraging data and innovation to make the most of the partnership.

Partnering on product innovation led by customer feedback

With 245 leisure centres around the UK, GLL are in a unique position to be able to collect customer data, analyse feedback and look at the effect of product design across numerous demographics.

With Technogym’s support, these insights can be turned into innovations that will impact accessibility and engagement, making physical activity more attractive to all populations.

GLL and Technogym look forward to supporting each other on their digital journeys, using real-time data and innovation to help more people access and stay engaged with exercise.

“As the largest charitable social enterprise in the UK, we have a responsibility to invest money in schemes that subsidise physical activity where necessary,” said Peter. “We have the reach to do this through leisure centres, digital products, and our libraries where we are giving people digital access to health and wellbeing information to improve education.”

Going beyond traditional partnerships

Technogym’s partnership with GLL involves working together to provide a great user experience, train leisure staff, and ultimately get more people active.

This valuable feedback loop starts on the ground, in GLL’s 245 leisure centres, and this year will extend to GLL’s new created Product Innovation Campuses dedicated to end-to-end product innovation and implementation using immersive customer interaction.

“As Technogym bring ideas through, we are keen to use our unique position to support them with feedback and data,” said Peter. “The Biostrength product range is a great example of how we can do this by monitoring how customers use the equipment, and seeing how the products give users better knowledge and incentive to exercise.”

As Peter explains, GLL is excited to develop areas that will have a tangible impact on the future of physical activity – including digital, AI, human-powered equipment, and sustainability.

“The GLL and Technogym partnership is a strong one,” he said. “They bring the concept, innovation and support, and we can offer granular data, customer input, and feedback on usability. We both have very clear ambitions, and we will continue to work together to have the widest possible impact on physical and mental health.”
GLL has worked with Technogym since 2003 Credit: GLL
07 Jun 2023
4Global and Technogym announce partnership to evidence social value
4GLOBAL, the UK’s leading sports and leisure data, services and software company, is delighted to announce that it has signed a partnership agreement with Technogym to work together with their existing and mutual clients to enhance their digital insight solutions. 
4GLOBAL has a vast array of physical activity and operational data from across the health and wellbeing sector, with around 70 integrations to a wide variety of data capture tools, delivering over 1.6 billion data points from active participants across the UK. This provides actionable insights for decision makers in the sector to increase participation and reach under-served communities.

Its range of innovative services includes calculating Social Value, where operators and other stakeholders can quantify the benefits to society of being physically active. These range from reduced incidence of disease, to broader positive impacts such as improved crime rates.
Technogym are world leaders in the fitness sector with over 35 years of wellness innovation, and have developed a Wellness Lifestyle ecosystem Mywellness, which allows operators to create communities among their members, manage programmes and workout data while providing multiple touch points on one account.

The Partnership between 4GLOBAL and Technogym will provide sport and leisure operators with greater focus to understand the true impact and social value being generated by their Mywellness users members, both inside and outside their facilities.
Operators will be able to highlight and understand key ratios to inform operational strategy to increase social value, analyse quality of programming; identifying how to support usage and retention. 
The Digital Dashboards delivered through this sector-defining collaboration puts the combined power of this data at operators’ fingertips and will provide improved and more insight-driven business KPIs that will improve the customer experience.

Eloy Mazon, Chief Executive Officer at 4GLOBAL, said: We’re really excited to be bringing together two of the leading companies in the physical activity sector to harness the power of sport and technology to transform lives.

“Technogym is a pioneer in using data to increase productivity for operators and improve fitness for customers, so our two companies are a natural fit to further our understanding of how to encourage more people to by physically active. The insights we will generate together promise to be a game-changer for the sector.”
Insights from Mywellness app data will improve productivity and decision-making for operators Credit: Technogym
19 Apr 2023
Technogym's physical activity campaign gets the nation moving
Technogym, the world leading brand in fitness, wellness, sports and health, launched the Let’s Move for a Better World Challenge 2023 in March, a new edition of the popular global social campaign which first began in 2014, created to inspire people and facilities to adopt and promote healthy lifestyles.

Between March 14th to 31st more than 100,000 people exercised in over 1200 facilities all around the world, participating in the social campaign and physical activity challenge (in clubs, universities, hotels, and workplaces) collecting hundreds of millions of MOVEs, Technogym's unit of measurement for exercise. The objective of a participating facility was to reach milestones and win exercise packs that can be donated to local non-profit organisations within their communities.

Glasgow Club Tollcross finished in first position on the UK leaderboard, with over 280 million MOVEs, out of 230 participating UK facilities, engaging more than 500 Glasgow Club members who came together to donate their MOVEs to help win fitness equipment to donate to Active Glasgow East Community Sports Hub, a programme through SportScotland’s ‘Club and Communities’ strand, the Community Sport Hub (CSH) programme aims to bring sport, physical activity and local partners together supported by investment received from The National Lottery to improve access to local activity provision.

Sharon Campbell, Health, Fitness and Infrastructure Manager said this: "It’s great to see Let’s Move for a better World back after the pandemic, we were so excited in 2020 to beat our performance from 2019 where we came 2nd Place, we had mega plans to try and achieve first place for 2020 however the World came to a standstill and we never thought it would be ever the same. So, I am so delighted that we have regained and captured member support and enthusiasm, as well as fantastic staff motivation from our Health and Fitness team at Tollcross in getting the challenge back on the World Map and Glasgow Club at the top".

Glasgow Club is Scotland's largest health and fitness club; with 15 gyms, 12 swimming pools and over 1,000 weekly fitness classes across Glasgow, with a mission to inspire every citizen and visitor to become engaged and active in a city globally renowned for culture and sport. As a charity, they find innovative ways to make this happen across Glasgow's diverse communities.

Mary, a member of Glasgow Club Tollcross since 2003 said this: "It is a fantastic place! The staff are very friendly, they keep you motivated and ever since these Let's Move challenges began in 2014 I have been in every single one and they are amazing! I'm in my sixties and they keep you motivated, they get you going and make you feel good. I was crowned Miss Move for Tollcross at the last challenge (in 2019) by gaining the maximum number of daily MOVEs (2000) every day and I have done the same this year. This centre opened in 1999 and has been the best thing for the east end of Glasgow. The Gym, the gym team, the classes, and coaches as well as the pool is superb".

This year's runners up and previous winners Crow Wood Leisure have battled It out with Glasgow Club Tollcross throughout the entire campaign, engaging over 700 members, promoting the benefits of physical activity and facilitating connection within the community. Oliver Brown, Director at Crow Wood Leisure said this: “We’ve taken part in the Let’s Move for a Better World campaign since the very beginning, back in 2014 as we believe in everything it stands for. Our staff, members and community always get behind it and it’s great to see the contribution they make year after year. As a business, we are set within 100 acres of greenbelt land within the heart of Burnley, Lancashire which gives us a unique ability to provide an extensive range of fitness, health, leisure and sporting activities to our community in one place, something we are passionate about delivering for all ages and abilities and Technogym’s Let’s Move for a Better World Campaign encapsulates this.”

Alongside its important social message, Technogym's global campaign represents a very powerful tool for facilities to become ambassadors of the Wellness Lifestyle and give a concrete contribution to their local community. Among the promotional activities during the Let’s Move for a Better World Challenge 2023, facilities engaged their users with special events, competitions, and classes to boost users’ loyalty, motivation, and attendance. Something that every participating facility embraced, encapsulated through the social media hashtag: #letsmoveforabetterworld

By focusing on the community each participating facility of the campaign helped improve team spirit and boosted interaction and engagement between each other, stimulating a sense of connection and through the achievement of a common goal - to get the nation physically active. The previous edition (In 2019 due to the pandemic) led to important developments for all participating facilities, showing how attendance increased on average by 26%, new memberships grew by 15% and 86% of the consumers involved (trainers and staff) noted a significant improvement in spirit during training sessions and workouts, which consequently enhanced the working environment and ensured a better atmosphere throughout.

The “Let's Move for a Better World” campaign perfectly sums up the Technogym mission of spreading Wellness on a global scale. Technogym believes that educating people is essential to reach this goal and to create a more sustainable society that has well-being as one of its founding values.

Discover more about the Let's Move for a Better World Campaign here

Let's Move for a Better World engaged more than 100,000 people Credit: Technogym
05 Apr 2023
Technogym is Official Supporter to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games
Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games have chosen Technogym as Official and Exclusive supporter of fitness equipment and digital technologies for the athlete’s preparation.

For Technogym - a world leader brand in equipment and digital technologies for fitness, sport and health - Paris 2024 will represent the 9th Olympic experience after Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016, PyeongChang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.

In Paris, Technogym will equip 29 training centers for the athletes to train prior to and during the Olympic Games.

The main training center, equipped for the need of all sport disciplines will be the Olympic and Paralympic Village in Saint Denis, while other training centers specifically designed for different sport disciplines will be located at the competition venues and at the off-Paris Olympic Villages in Lille, Marseilles and Tahiti.

A total number of approximately 1.200 pieces of equipment will be made available to the 14,900 athletes – between Olympic and Paralympic, coming from over 200 different countries and performing in 32 different Olympic Sports and 22 Paralympic Sports. Moreover, Technogym will provide a team of professional athletic trainers to support the athletes as well as all related services (gym layout, installation and technical service).

Paris 2024 athletes will have the possibility to train on a selection of the best and most innovative products covering all training areas such as cardio, strength and functional training. All Technogym smart equipment will be connected within Technogym Ecosystem, allowing athletes to access their personal athletic training program both on equipment and via Technogym App on their smartphone.

Nerio Alessandri, President and Founder of Technogym said: “We are very proud to be Official and Exclusive Supplier of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. At Technogym, we work every day to create the most innovative products and digital technologies to support athletes all over the world improving their performance and reaching their goals. The partnership with the Olympic Games means a lot to us, not only because of the invaluable feedback we get from the athletes, but above all because the Games represent a unique platform for sharing our commitment to spreading the culture of wellness, sport and health with the whole world.”

Tony Estanguet, President of Paris 2024 said: “Technogym has always been working closely with athletes by creating high quality sports equipment. As an athlete, I know their expertise personally and I am delighted that this company, a world market leader, is supporting us as Official and Exclusive Supplier to the Paris 2024 Games. Technogym's experience and knowledge of the sports ecosystem will be essential to enable athletes around the world to train in the best conditions.

"This partnership also illustrates our common desire to place the athletes at the heart of the project, relying in particular on the advice of the Athletes' Commission. Thanks to Technogym for its commitment, and welcome to the adventure!

Besides the partnership with the Olympic Games, Technogym is globally recognized as the reference brand for elite sport athletic training. Technogym’s partners include the most important European football clubs such as Real Madrid, Juventus, Milan, Inter, the Italian and Brazilian national teams, the Ferrari and McLaren teams in Formula 1, the French and US Tennis Federation as well as the renowned PGA Golf Tour.
In Paris, Technogym will equip 29 training centers for the athletes to train prior to and during the
Olympic Games Credit: Technogym
Technogym UK Ltd: news from and
A major new wellness retreat called Surrenne is coming to Knightsbridge, London, this April, according to an announcement from Claridge's owner The Maybourne Hotel Group.
Arch Amenities Group (AAG)* has announced the opening of its first Privai Spa + Fitness Center in a hotel – the 411-room Kimpton Epic Hotel in Miami, Florida.
London has gained a substantial new urban spa in Belgravia following The Peninsula London’s grand unveiling of its subterranean Spa & Wellness Centre.
A new gym, named after one of Britain's most famous sporting heroes, has opened at Edinburgh University's Pleasance Sports Complex.
1 Hotels, the eco-luxury brand and brainchild of Starwood Capital founder Barry Sternlicht, has opened its debut European property in the heart of the UK capital.
Technogym Ride is the first bike featuring a 22-inch screen that allows cyclists to dive into an unprecedented immersive indoor experience and offers fitness clubs and hotels the opportunity to attract a new huge customer target: the ever-growing cyclist community.
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Schloss Roxburghe, the luxury five-star resort in the Scottish borders, has chosen Technogym to enhance its wellness offering with a new gym and fitness suite
Technogym UK Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)1344 300236
Address: Two The Boulevard, Cain Road, Bracknell , Berkshire, RG12 1WP, United Kingdom
Nerio Alessandri Founder and President
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Key personnel
Nerio Alessandri, Founder and President
Giovanni Simoni, Managing Director, UK
Dinesh Aswani, Home Business Director, UK
Ben Sandham, Sales Director (Health, Corporate & Performance), UK
Kieran Tracey, Sales Director (Hospitality & Residential), UK
Greg Haynes, Sales Director (Club), UK
Tim Clayton, Sales Director (Club Key Account), UK
Craig Swyer, Marketing Director, UK
Key customers
Technogym supplies clubs, hotels, spas, rehabilitation centres, corporate gyms, universities, sports facilities, homes and more.

We are proud to supply our solutions to some of the world’s elite athletes and teams including:

• the Ferrari F1 team
• the McLaren F1 team;

And football teams:
• Paris Saint-Germain,
• AC Milan,
• Inter Milan
• Juventus;

And Team Luna Rossa Challenge sailing team.