Weekly Refresh: Life Fitness On Demand Launches, Flexport Expands, and More

by Anna Holmquist
December 9, 2019
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Life Fitness launched Life Fitness On Demand. The gym equipment company now offers a library of fitness classes on demand, available on treadmills, ellipticals, upright bikes and more. Many local gyms will carry these machines. [Built In Chicago]

Stadium Goods to open in Chicago. The streetwear e-commerce startup will open at 60 East Walton Street in 2020. They currently have two locations in New York. [Built In Chicago]

Flexport announced its expansion in Fulton Market. The freight services startup plans to double its current Chicago workforce of 140 employees. They’ll lease an entire floor in a Sterling Bay office project at 333 North Green Street. [Crain’s]

Popular Pays announced independent board member. Amanda Lannert, CEO of Jellyvision, joined the board as its first independent member. The tech company offers a platform that helps brand collaborate with influencers. [Press Release]

Lyft Pink launched. The monthly membership service offers 15 percent off of personal rides, priority airport pickup, waived lost and found fees and more. It's now available in Chicago and wherever Lyft is available. [Press Release]

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