Consultancy

Oxygen Consultancy

Below is a summary of some consultancy assignments. To discuss a new project, please get in touch.

 

Recent Consultancy Projects

Developing Educational Strategy for FitLinxx

Commissioned by FitLinxx to develop a strategy for its introduction into British schools.

The emergence of low-cost gyms

Commissioned by Precor to investigate the low-cost health club trend.

Working with the London Borough of Lambeth

Appointed by the London Borough of Lambeth to research alternative leisure centre provision while two of their existing centres undergo a £75 million improvement programme.

Marketing insight for Precor

Commissioned by Precor to provide an economic overview of Europe, Middle East and Africa to inform their marketing planning.  

Helping to articulate a licensing opportunity for Pole Passion

Commissioned by Pole Passion to produce a document describing a licensing opportunity for fitness professionals to deliver group exercise programmes to UK health and fitness clubs

Encouraging UK Leisure Operators to Make Their Buildings More Disability Friendly

Background ASPIRE (Association for Spinal Injury, Research, Rehabilitation & Reintegration) is a registered charity and Fitness Industry Association (FIA) member. In January 1998, the ASPIRE National Training Centre (designed by Sir ... Read more »

3D Education & Adventure (part of Center Parcs)

Background 3D is the country’s leading provider of residential adventure and education courses for schools. The company is very profitable and a successful subsidiary of Center Parcs UK. The company’s strategy ... Read more »

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Global launch of Gymtopia

Gymtopia is a digital story telling platform capturing the social impact projects powered by the global health and fitness industry. The project is now live and already features inspiring stories from the United States, United Kingdom, Argentina and Mexico. Please visit Gymtopia and get your organisation involved. Introductory video below (click on four arrows to enlarge video):