ClassPass is an online, subscription-based platform that allows users to book training sessions and watch training sessions on demand.
ClassPass is headquartered in New York City. Fritz Lanmann is the CEO of ClassPass. ClassPass has received funding from investors such as L Catterton, Apax Digital and Temasek. ClassPass has acquired 3 companies, the latest of which is MuvPass Holding SpA for an undisclosed amount as of March 2020. As of August 2019, ClassPass has 418.5K fans on Facebook and 26.0K followers on Twitter.
ClassPass’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Classpass top competitors include: Mirror, WHOOP, Gympass, FitReserve, Crunch, Equinox, DavidBartonGym, NewYorkSportsClubs, Planet Fitness, Daily Burn, Physique 57, Fitocracy, 8fit, Virtuagym, FitStar, Stadline, Cody and My Gym.
Together they raised over 732.8M between their estimated 5.4K employees. ClassPass revenue ranks 3rd among 10 best competitors. The top 10 competitors are 61.6M on average. ClassPass has 650 employees and ranks 5th among the top 10 competitors. The average number of 10 best competitors is 311.
- Website: classpass.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
- Founded: 2013
- Est. Annual Revenue: $150M
- Est. Employees: 650
- Headquarters: 275 7th Avenue New York, New York 10001
The Mirror is the biggest opponent of ClassPass. Mirror Company was founded in 2016, its headquarters are located in New York. Mirror competes in the industry of personal products. Mirror brings 135 million dollars less income than ClassPass.
WHOOP is one of the main competitors of ClassPass. WHOOP is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and was founded in 2012. WHOOP works in the medical equipment industry. WHOOP generates 2.00% of ClassPass revenue.
Gympass is considered one of the main competitors of ClassPass. Gympass is a private company, founded in 2012 in Sao Paulo. Like ClassPass, Gympass also works in the application software sector. Compared to ClassPass, Gympass employs 620 more people.