Active London, the largest conference dedicated to grassroots sport and physical activity in the capital, has named Exergame as an Official Partner of the event.
Hosted by London Sport on Wednesday 21 September, the conference will see a range of speakers from across the sport and physical activity sector, as well as panel discussions, themed presentations and technological showcases.
Exergame will play a key role in demonstrating how technology can help achieve London Sport’s mission of helping every Londoner lead longer, healthier and more fulfilled lives through being active. With an ambition to merge interactive fitness programs with high tech equipment to help more people to enjoy getting healthy, Exergame will be showcasing their interactive products to attendees and encouraging them to think more creatively about incorporating technology into their work.
The collaboration marks the official partnership between Exergame and London Sport, following a collaboration earlier this year developing an interactive play area in Mottingham Library, engaging local communities in physical activity using the Exergame solutions.
Using gamification as a key driver, Exergame will also illustrate how their products enable socially engaged, supportive, and diverse fitness communities around the world.
Tanya Rabin, Director of Commercial, Marketing and Communications at London Sport said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Exergame to demonstrate the use of technology in helping more people become active.
With this year’s Active London being the first in-person conference London Sport has hosted since 2019, we’re really excited for people to connect and try first-hand the ways in which Exergame’s technology can transform the sector.”
Commenting on the partnership, Trevor Mills, Co-Owner of Exergame said:
“We’re delighted to partner with London Sport. At Exergame, we believe in blending technology with fitness to create a fun and engaging experience.
We know this partnership with London Sport will allow us to reach more individuals and help get London active”