Bunn.Fit is a fitness manager app, developed by Bunnit, that increases focus during at-home workouts and helps create a workout habit. It is helping more people find enjoyment in work outs.
Bunn.Fit is a hearable device based fitness platform for people who want to exercise consistently. It was developed by CEO Jeong Hak Gyun and 6 team members.
“Bunn.Fit is a mobile service that helps people plan and track their workout progress, and share it with other people,” said Bunnit CEO Jeong. “It was created with the thought of wanting to share the benefits and positive energy of working out with others.”
Bunn.Fit launched an MVP in 3 months after starting development, and achieved a milestone of 120,000 users by its first year of service.
Last year it won awards in the Digital Health Care contest by the Gangwon Creative Economy and Innovation Center and 2020 Seoul Campus Town Festival’s Untact IR Demo day.
This success was possible because of a team that works as one.
“All team members are working like one person,” said CEO Jeong. “Everyone agreed to set lean hypotheses that can be quickly verified, and launch services quickly once the decision has been made.”
Jeong’s dream doesn’t end here. He is targeting the global market.
For this, Bunnit participated in the Global IR Project in September which is run by the Yonsei University Campustown Center to help startups that want to go global.
The company will get a chance to participate in the ‘A-STREAM’ event on November 8th, hosted by the global accelerator company Y&Archer. It is a part of the Global IR Project.
Through this showcase, it will get investment feedback from foreign investors and network with global and domestic VCs and institutions to get their support for a successful global market entry.
“Exercise is a common experience regardless of country, age, gender, and religion. Muscle workouts are more popular in western countries than in Korea,” said Jeong. “We will work hard to fulfill our goal of globalizing Bunn.Fit.”