According to FITFCK, the founders of OnlyF’s investment valued the company at over £3 million.
After her girlfriend broke up with her a few weeks before her bodybuilding competition, Jamie Wykes-Hobday started FITFCK, which is pronounced “fit-eff-see-kay.”
The app is meant to bring together people who like fitness and let them get to know each other through social or physical activities.
“I’m thrilled to have the chance to invest in FITFCK,” said Stockley, who sold his majority stake in the adult content platform in 2018. “I firmly believe in the brand concept and am eager to see how it can realise its global potential as a multi-level consumer brand.”
Jamie Wykes-Hobday exclaimed, “I am thrilled that Tim has chosen to invest in FITFCK.”
Finding investors is one thing, but finding someone who has grown a startup into a global multibillion-dollar enterprise is exceedingly rare. worth.
“I am confident that Tim’s faith in the company will help us realise FitFcck’s global consumer brand potential.”
The London-based FITFCK app will debut alongside the next event in November.
Energym, another gym-based startup, is developing a stationary bike that converts movement into electricity.