Canberra Fitness Company is on the go

Canberra Fitness Company is on the go

~~OnTheGo is a web start-up company selling both custom-made and self-branded sports gear to teams, companies and organisations both nationally and internationally.

Initially operating from his bedroom in 2009, there were high hopes for the business, which has expanded into one of Australia’s fastest growing apparel and accessory brands with a rapidly increasing global presence.

A big focus for the company in 2014 has been streamlining business processes to ensure efficiency of the company’s supply chain.

OnTheGo Founder & Managing Director, Mick Spencer says that these changes have benefited all areas of operation and helped the company become more competitive and innovative.

“We’ve had a really great year in export, where we’ve seen export revenues increase substantially and this is only going to increase more and more,” said Spencer.

Earlier this year OnTheGo signed an exclusive deal to supply customised athletic apparel to international gymnasium chain Anytime Fitness for its Asian operations.

This is an amazing feat which will see the company supply their products to clubs across Singapore, China, India, Japan, Malaysia and the Philippines.

“We are really excited to have secured this partnership with Anytime Fitness Asia and envision it as an integral part of our strategy moving into South East Asia over the next 2 years,” Spencer said.

OntheGo will be participating in this year’s ACT Export Awards, with Mick claiming that the Awards help to ensure your product or service is at the top of its game.

“The Awards are such a great initiative by the ACT Government. They really force you to look at your business and the fundamentals behind why and how you’re going to export, which is the key to measuring and evaluating success,” Spencer said.

Applications for the 2014 awards close 22 August.

OnTheGo is a web start-up company selling both custom-made and self-branded sports gear.
Canberra, Australia

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