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  • Classpass Is In Session With $40 Million In Series B

    Classpass Is In Session With $40 Million In Series B

    Classpass, the NY-based company that offers unlimited fitness classes at 2,000 different studios and boutique gyms for $99/month, has closed a $40 million Series B led by General Catalyst and Thrive Capital, with participation from angels and previous investors. The startup, which raised $12 million in Series A just over three months ago, has grown from seven markets to 20 markets in as… Read More

  • ClassPass Lands $12 Million Series A Led By Fritz Lanman, Hank Vigil

    ClassPass Lands $12 Million Series A Led By Fritz Lanman, Hank Vigil

    ClassPass, the subscription service that offers unlimited monthly access to various fitness classes around town, has just closed a $12 million Series A funding round, the majority of which is coming from existing ClassPass investors. Fritz Lanman and Hank Vigil are leading the round, with participation from existing investors such as David Tisch, Kal Vepuri, and Shana Fisher, among others. Read More

  • With $2 Million In New Seed Funding, Classtivity Rebrands As ClassPass To Add Variety To Your Workout

    With $2 Million In New Seed Funding, Classtivity Rebrands As ClassPass To Add Variety To Your Workout

    ClassPass, an NY-based company focused on bringing value to athletes and local gyms, has today announced a $2 million seed round from an assortment of angel investors, including Fritz Lanman, SV Angel, Hank Vigil, Blake Krikorian, Gordy Crawford, Owen Van Natta, Vivi Nevo & Keith Nowak, Kal Vepuri, and Dave Tisch. ClassPass originally launched out of TechStars NY as Classtivity, looking… Read More

  • Classtivity Pivots To Subscription Model So You Actually Work Out

    Classtivity Pivots To Subscription Model So You Actually Work Out

    Classtivity launched out of TechStars back in June of last year with the promise to connect New Yorkers with any leisure or fitness class they could imagine, with expert reviews, pricing information, schedules, etc. Turns out, finding a class isn’t as difficult as actually going to a class, which is why most fitness-based business models revolve around packages. That said, Classtivity… Read More

  • Classtivity Makes Sure Finding A Class Isn’t More Difficult Than Taking One

    Classtivity Makes Sure Finding A Class Isn’t More Difficult Than Taking One

    Class. Most of us spend our entire teenage and early adult life trying to get out of it, only to realize that going to a class and learning something new is a walk in the park compared to a life with bills, professional responsibility, and a generally over-obligated existence. But Classtivity has an answer: a class. See, founder Payal Kadakia was a dancer her entire life, before attending MIT. Read More