Anytime Fitness scores 5-star franchise rating two years in a row

Anytime Fitness retains 5-stars
Collective Wellness Group CEO Nicole Noye with FRANdata general manager Peter White. (Source: Supplied)

The 24/7 gym chain Anytime Fitness has scored a 5-star franchise rating for the second consecutive year.

Ratings are allocated on the Australian Franchise Rating Scale after an independent and fact-based assessment across seven key categories.

Anytime Fitness is part of the Collective Wellness Group and CEO, Nicole Noye said the result reflects the brand’s focus.

Noye said “The strong results achieved for Anytime Fitness through this independently assessed and rated review reinforce our focus and commitment to individual franchisee performance, franchisee engagement, network support and the strength of the AF brand.”

Anytime Fitness retains 5-stars for its successful model

FRANdata Australia manages the ratings process. CEO Darryn McAuliffe said, “The review again evidenced a very successful franchise model across all categories measured.

“The solid trading performance across the network continues to deliver solid financial outcomes for individual franchisees. Anytime’s strong commitment to franchisee satisfaction remains evident with external surveys again reflecting strong outcomes.”

The Australian Franchise Rating Scale rates high-performance franchise businesses. The 5-star list features brands across fitness, hospitality, mortgage broking, accommodation, beauty and hair, and business and home services.