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Fitness dating platform FITFCK has secured an undisclosed investment from Tim Stokely, founder of content subscription platform OnlyF.
FITFCK said the investment from the founders of OnlyF valued the company at more than £3 million.
Jamie Wykes-Hobday founded FITFCK – pronounced “fit-eff-see-kay” – after being dumped by her girlfriend a few weeks before her bodybuilding competition.
The app is designed to connect people through their shared interest in fitness and get acquainted through social or exercise activities.
“I’m very excited about the opportunity to invest in FITFCK,” said Stockley, who sold his majority stake in the adult content platform in 2018. The brand concept is something I fully believe in and look forward to seeing how it can achieve its global potential as a multi-level consumer brand. “
Jamie Wykes-Hobday said: “I am delighted that Tim has decided to invest in FITFCK. “Finding investors is one thing, but finding someone who has grown their startup into a multi-billion dollar global company is extremely rare and extremely rare. worth.
“I know that Tim’s confidence in the business will greatly help us realize FITFCK’s potential as a global consumer brand.”
FITFCK’s London-based app will launch in November alongside the next event.
Another gym-based startup is Energym, which is developing an exercise bike that converts movement into electricity.