We invite you to join us for the third edition of The LiFT (Leaders in Fitness Tech).
The theme for the panel session at this event is ‘Promoting the UK’s FitTech Industry’ and we’ll be looking at where other organisations and brands have succeeded, best practices, and how to connect grassroots and the professional sector.
Yves Di Maria (Under Armour)
Yves is UK Country Manager for the world’s largest fitness community, part of Under Armour Connected Fitness (including MyFitnessPal, Mapmyrun and Endomondo). His background includes senior commercial roles at firms such as LG, Vodafone and TalkTalk.
Anna McKay (Athlete Lab)
Anna is the UK Lead at Athlete Lab. She launched the Singaporean brand in the UK in 2014 and the company has been growing exponentially ever since. Athlete Lab is the leading cycling training facility in central London. The Lab uses the very best technology to bring elite-level facilities and data to time-poor city professionals.
Andy Reed OBE (Sports & Recreation Alliance)
Andy is Chair of the Sport & Recreation Alliance, and is a Board / Trustee member of World Vision, the world’s largest International Development agency for children. In 2012 he was awarded an OBE in the Queens Honours List for his contribution to sport and the Community.
Matt Roberts (Body Network)
Matt is the UK’s leading personal trainer and a best-selling fitness author. He has recently launched Body.Network, an online portal offering live and on-demand classes with instructors from Yogasphere, the England Rugby team’s nutritionist Matt Lovell, and gym chain The Third Space.
Tech / Media / IP lawyer. Co-Founder, Racefully. Founder, CU.
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