Pittsburgh startup Fitt has completed an investment round. Pittsburgh’s Mountain State Capital led the round with participation from Riverfront Ventures, an Innovation Works venture fund, and California-based MINDBODY, as well as continued support from previous investor TNC Ventures, which includes Bob and Bill Nutting as partners.
Fitt is a location-based platform that connects people to healthy living experiences across fitness, food, outdoors and events. The company was founded in 2017 by brothers Anthony and Joe Vennare.
The organization has expanded to include hundreds of local contributors on the ground in 31 cities across the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia. Additionally, the company has created Fitt Insider, an industry-focused vertical, providing insights and analysis on the business of fitness and wellness through a website, weekly newsletter and interview-based podcast.
“Whether it’s boutique fitness studios, plant-based restaurants or wellness festivals, healthy is in high-demand,” Fitt CEO Anthony Vennare said, in a statement. “With support from an incredible strategic partner in MINDBODY, we’re focused on providing even more value for users with features like fitness class registration, event booking and more.”