Norwich-based firm selected for accelerator

April 15, 2018 by  

A fitness enterprise which is located in Norwich is going to take part in a growth programme.

The growth programme is supported by the government and has a national basis. Nevertheless, Norwich-based Fit Link should benefit from its inclusion in the scheme. Business card printing from Norwich can be used by organisations which prosper in the area. UKactive will use its accelerator to drive progress at 11 businesses. Its ActiveLab scheme is intent on driving innovation. The vision involves the promotion of health by new methods.

Public Health England is supportive of the initiative. However, the private sector is also represented in the formulation of the project. Life Fitness and Jonas Software will do their bit.

Paul Gosnell is the founder of Fit Link. The app which he has launched offers encouragement to teams of individuals who remain fit. He told the Eastern Daily Press:

“I believe UKactive particularly liked our workplace wellness solution which is growing from strength to strength and already has a handful of clients signed up and well on their way to being fit, healthy and happy companies.”

He explained that Fit Link should obtain access to mentors and investors as a result of the policy. For three months, Fit Link can receive a boost and in this period of time it will gain from being invited to events.