TECHNOGYM

For over 30 years, Technogym has been committed to promoting Wellness, a lifestyle based on regular, healthy and balanced physical activity and a positive mental approach: a deeply Italian lifestyle that delves its roots into the Roman philosophy of “mens sana in corpore sano” and unites business and social responsibility. The Founder and President, Nerio Alessandri, designed and built the first gym equipment in the garage of his home in Cesena in 1983 at the age of 22. Nowadays, Technogym is a world leader in the supply of products, digital technologies and services for fitness, sport and wellness. The company now employs over 2,300 people, half of whom work at the head offices in Cesena, and the rest at 14 branches in Europe, the United States, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and South America. It exports over 90% of its products to 100 different countries. Every day, 50 million people all over the world train with Technogym in 80,000 Wellness centres and 300,000 private facilities. Research and innovation have always been Technogym’s flywheel and, over the years, the company has always been managed to be ahead of sector trends: from the launching of the CPR system for heartbeat monitoring in 1992, to the first software for wellness in 1996 and the sector’s first cloud platform in 2002. In terms of style, Italian design is Technogym’s distinctive element, one which has led the company to win numerous prestigious prizes, like the Golden Compass and Red Dot Design Award, and, above all, to be recognized by the furnishing-design industry and luxury hotels as a trademark of reference. Throughout the world, sports champions train with Technogym. In Formula 1, Technogym has been collaborating for years with Ferrari and McLaren; in the world of European football, Technogym is the official supplier for Juventus, Inter, Milan, Paris St. Germain and Chelsea. Furthermore, the company has been the official supplier at the last seven editions of the Olympic Games: Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Peking 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018.