The founder of Mirus has created a 20,000 sqft gym after leaving the MSP following its sale.
Paul Tomlinson is striving to "look after the fitness needs of the people of Milton Keynes after co-founding ‘Fierce Gym' with his wife.
He exited £9m-revenue MSP Mirus last month, nine months after the firm sold up to IT Lab. He founded the Milton Keynes-based outfit, which was ranked 300th in CRN's VAR 350, in 2002.
In a Linked In post (below), Tomlinson said it was an "incredibly difficult decision" to leave Mirus, but added that he was intent on pursuing his passion for health and fitness.
"I'm pretty proud of what we've created and we're really excited to be able to open our doors in the coming months (Once the rules have been relaxed)," he said.
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