Menu visibility control



Startup Surgery

Most Recent


InsurTech startup Neos lands £5m in Series A round


Bath-based wedding planning app Prezola raises £3m


EXCLUSIVE: IoT startup ThingTrax gets over £250,000 in Seed funding

Press Releases

Zzish hits £1.15m funding target on Crowdcube for technology that will democratise quality education and move the needle on learning
Okappy announces the launch of its investment pitch on the AngelsDen equity crowdfunding platform
Recruitment disruptor poised for further growth with €8m investment secured

Free sports trial event for women


Nimble Booking, with the support of Be:Fit London and in association with The Telegraph,  has launched an open doors event enabling women to try sport and wellness activities at 40 venues in the capital.

Nimble Booking is a new online booking platform dedicated to sport and wellness. It allows its users to book courts and classes but also find sports partners, benefit from discounts and get alerts when an activity becomes available.

The activities on offer include Yoga, Spinning, Aqua Cycling, Dance, Self Defense and High Intensity Interval Training. All classes are free, allowing women to experience new and challenging activities.

Tech Chats: Amber Mace from EY on why women aren’t using VR

Basile Dandine, co-founder of Nimble Booking, said: “We are thrilled to have partnered with Be:Fit London to create our first Open Doors event. It’s a fantastic way for women to try new activities they might not have tried otherwise and meet passionate club owners and managers.

“We are sure that, with the diversity of activities and the 2,000 classes offered, everyone will be able to find something exciting to try.

“We are also very happy to announce the launch of Nimble Booking, which will manage bookings during and after the event.”

If you are interested, you can sign up to Nimble Booking and create an online profile. To see the activities offered, search “Be:Fit” in the activity section and “London” in the location section.

But you’d better be quick as the event ends on 29 November.


Enter your email address to receive updates straight to your inbox

* indicates required
Send me news on...

Editor's picks

smart home

InsurTech startup Neos lands £5m in Series A round
posted 4 hours ago

Bath-based wedding planning app Prezola raises £3m
posted 5 hours ago


EXCLUSIVE: IoT startup ThingTrax gets over £250,000 in Seed funding
posted 8 hours ago

Amber Rudd

UK govt reportedly planning to ban encryption following Manchester attack
posted on May 24, 2017


PropTech startup SPCE raises £280,210 on crowdfunding platform Seedrs
posted on May 24, 2017


RegTech startup Regnosys gets $900,000
posted on May 24, 2017