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Thursday June 30 2016

London Based Be a Better You Reports a Healthy Turnover

300% increase reported for 201516

London Based Be a Better You Reports a Healthy Turnover

PERSONAL trainer course provider beabetteryoucourses.co.uk has reported a 300% increase in turnover, following expansion.

The past 12 months saw the turnover of the London-based business increase 300%, as well as a 254% increase of Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) accredited personal trainers and fitness instructors graduating from its courses.

2015 also saw Be A Better You expand geographically, launching new personal trainer and fitness instructor courses in two new locations - Manchester and Birmingham - and increase its staff by 150%.

The training provider was founded in 2009 and offers 3 courses, including REPs Level 2 Fitness Instructor, Level 2 Personal Trainer and Level 3 Personal Trainer courses around the country, as well as online at www.beabetteryoucourses.co.uk.

Simon Bubb, managing director at beabetteryoucourses.co.uk, said: “2015/16 was an incredibly successful year for us. We have seen a growing demand for our courses throughout the UK, and this has allowed us to successfully train 254% more graduates over the past year.

“The health and fitness industry is becoming more popular than ever, as wellbeing becomes a top lifestyle priority for many in the UK, and many look to turn their passions into their dream jobs, incorporating their dedication to a healthy lifestyle into new careers as personal trainers, fitness instructors and more.”

The company has plans to expand further. Bubb continued: “Looking ahead for the next 12 months, the company will continue to grow and progress by taking on more staff to train our students and also allow us to increase the number of courses that are currently on offer. This is a very exciting time for Be A Better You and we have ambitious plans to expand the business even further in the next 12 months.”



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