Bronwin Aurora exclusively leaked videos and photos on Reddit and Twitter. A platform for fitness dating Tim Stokely, the founder of content subscription platform OnlyF, has made an undisclosed investment in FITFCK. According to FITFCK, the investment from OnlyF’s founders valued the company at more than £3 million. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com
Jamie Wykes-Hobday founded FITFCK, which is pronounced “fit-eff-see-kay,” after being abandoned by her girlfriend just weeks before her bodybuilding competition. The app is intended to bring individuals together through their shared interest in fitness and introduce them to social or exercise activities.
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“I’m very excited about the opportunity to invest in FITFCK,” Stockley said, after selling his majority share in the ad#%t content portal in 2018. I’m confident in the brand’s potential as a worldwide, multi-tiered consumer staple, and I can’t wait to see it come to fruition.
“I am delighted that Tim has decided to invest in FITFCK,” Jamie Wykes-Hobday stated. Finding investors is one thing; finding someone who has developed their startup into a multi-billion dollar worldwide company is another. worth.
“I am confident that Tim’s belief in the company will greatly assist us in realizing FITFCK’s potential as a global consumer brand.” FITFCK’s London-based app will be available in November, coinciding with the next event. Energy is another gym-based firm that is developing an exercise bike that converts movement into electricity.