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==Team== <vimeo>552784946</vimeo> We're fitness fanatics - Emma loves cycling, HIIT classes and kitesurfing, whilst Marc is a fanatical yogi who loves running and wild swimming. Our mutual passion for fitness brought us together as co-founders - we wanted to build a product that we would be excited to use and that in turn could help the industry that we both love. We're not from the industry, meaning we bring different perspectives and experiences to Sudor. Marc was a partner at a large venture fund, and Emma has extensive experience at fast-growing startups including Groupon & foodpanda. We've worked together for four years and believe seeing the world differently is one of our key strengths as a founding team. Digital fitness is a large market with an even larger opportunity; we’ve welcomed industry-leading experience to help. Our investors and advisors include (amongst others): Ross Faragher-Thomas; ex-CEO Virgin Active Kelly Ford (Marketing Advisor); ex-CMO N26 and previously eBay and PayPal Otto Rosenberger (Advisor); CEO Dreamlines, ex-CEO at global platforms eHarmony & Hostelworld Paul Hofmann (Technical Advisor), Engineering Manager Google, ex Java Director, AUTO1 To give us hands-on experience we're also excited to have Harry Jameson (Sunday Times columnist and Boris Johnson's own Personal Trainer) as a trainer and shareholder. We're proud that our engineering, marketing and operations teams are all in-house.
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