Create a service offering that would resonate with consumers by understanding their mindset about fitness, behaviors around shopping for equipment, and preferences for in-store experiences.
The home fitness equipment industry is expected to be evaluated between $14.74 and $21.13 billion by 2028. Seeing an opportunity to introduce a new health and wellness service nationwide, our client knew they needed to address consumers’ unmet needs for their approach to be successful. Together, we empathized with the consumer and created a connected fitness experience that offers:
According to recent surveys, about 25% of American’s don’t have a primary care doctor. With that number steadily rising since 2002, our client wanted to help close the gap to equal access of care regardless of why patients haven’t connected with a physician. The future experience’s essential goal was to make members feel heard and known while delivering immediate value to build trust and advocacy. Tactics included in our strategy to create an empathetic experience:
Service staging with equipment in our X LAB
Consumer multi-variate experience tests
Opportunity map and competitor analysis
Future solutions portfolio for optimized innovation
With the implementation of customer research-backed concepts, our client was able to introduce this new at-home fitness offering nationwide. The end-to-end strategy includes a retail store experience that provides space for demos, empowers customers to improve health, and provides natural opportunities to cross-sell additional products and services.
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