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Digifit builds VirtuaGym, a health and fitness platform solution for both consumers and professionals in the health and fitness industry.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location 1078 Amsterdam, NH, The Netherlands
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2008
  • Employees 10
  • Website

Company Summary

Digifit develops solutions to make active, healthy living for consumers more easy and fun, using web, mobile, hardware and gaming technology. Additionally, it provides health professionals with powerful tools to harvest the potential of end-user health and fitness apps, allowing them to work more efficiently and effectively.


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    Paul Braam
    CEO, CTO

    Paul has a background in business and IT management. Before founding Digifit, he worked at Everest, an IT consulting company, where he lead 10+ fte $1.5 million+ projects in the banking sector. At Digifit Paul manages the technical and business side of the company.

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    Hugo Braam
    CEO, Creative & Legal Director

    Before founding Digifit, Hugo used to work as a lawyer at the international law firm Bird&Bird. He specialized in intellectual property law (copyright, trade mark and patent law) and worked for clients like Apple, Cartier and Ericksson. At Digifit Hugo manages the legal, creative and content side of the company.

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    Edwin van Ouwerkerk Moria
    Chief Mobile Development

    After studying Organic Chemistry, Edwin joined one of the first dot-coms in the Netherlands and has been working in the internet industry as a consultant and entrepreneur ever since. For over 15 years he has been designing and building large-scale systems for the Dutch government, major international banks and industry leaders like IBM, Nokia and KLM. Edwin joined Digifit in 2011 to lead the development of 2+ million downloaded mobile apps.

Previous Investors

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    Founders and family
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    DCIF, seed fund set up by some of the largest Dutch media companies