Inside Cure.fit's plans to reach 100 million users (and other top stories of the day)
It’s already two weeks into 2020, and like every year, we all made some resolutions that we would like to keep. And, ‘joining a gym’ and ‘maintaining a healthy lifestyle’ would be on most people’s list given the rise in healthy living.
Bengaluru-based Cure.fit has it all figured out to help you stick to your resolutions. What started in one small building in 2016, now operates over 200 centres across Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai, Jaipur, Jammu and Kashmir, and even in Dubai.
With over 500,000 subscribers, Cure.fit has captured different verticals in the healthcare ecosystem. Now, it has one goal – to reach 100 million users in the next decade.
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Lack of literacy and complicated documents often hamper financially dependent elderly from accessing government welfare schemes and benefits.
In an official release, Amazon said that the jobs, created both directly and indirectly, will be across industries, including information technology, skill development, content creation, retail, logistics, and manufacturing.
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Childhood friends Utsav Mathur and Sahil Ahuja started Bengaluru-based startup GMetri to reduce the training time for companies with their mobile-first VR/AR platform.