Gympass is the most loved corporate wellness platform, offering the best network of gyms, studios, classes, personal trainers, and wellness apps - all in one employee benefit.
Gympass empowers companies to engage the workforce in physical activity by providing access to a network of workout facilities.
Gympass was founded in 2012 by Cesar Carvalho, Vinicius Ferriani, and João Thayro. The company is based in São Paulo, Brazil and New York.
Gympass' unique approach is designed to propel employee engagement, improve individual performance, and enable business success by revolutionizing corporate wellness. Worldwide companies rely on Gympass' unmatched variety, convenience, and flexibility to support their employees’ health and happiness.
Gympass partners with best in class wellbeing providers in multiple markets across North America, Latin America, and Europe. The company has over 50,000 fitness partners, 1,300 on-demand classes, 2,000 hours of meditation, weekly 1:1 therapy sessions, and hundreds of personal trainers.
Gympass has more than 15,000 companies who are using the company's to help their employees move, eat, sleep, and feel better with access to fitness and wellness partners in subscriptions that cost up to 50% less than traditional memberships. Notable customers include Santander, Accenture, Unilever, KPMG, McDonalds, Barry’s, SoulCycle, F45, and Strava for fitness, and Calm, LifeSum, and Fabulous.
Gympass is backed by Softbank, General Atlantic, Moore Strategic Ventures, Kaszek, EQT Growth, Atomico, Valor Capital Group, Neuberger Berman, GE32 Capital, and others. The company raised $85M in a Series F round on Aug 22, 2023. This brings Gympass' total funding to $605M to date. The latest round pushed Gympass' valuation to $2.4B, up from its previous $2.2B after its previous Series E round in Jun 2021.