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OsteoStrong signs master franchise partnership to launch in India and surrounding countries

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OsteoStrong signs master franchise partnership to launch in India and surrounding countries

The wellness franchise will expand its global presence, which currently includes the likes of the U.S., Australia, and Sweden

The wellness franchise will expand its global presence, which currently includes the likes of the U.S., Australia, and Sweden.

OsteoStrong International Inc., a wellness franchise with over 145 centers across the U.S., Australia, Greece, New Zealand, Norway, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Iceland, Sweden, Poland, and Denmark, has signed a major expansion deal to grow into India and its surrounding countries.

The agreement has been signed with Rishi Todi and Chetan Todi of the NPR Group headquartered in Kolkata, along with Perry Eckert, OsteoStrong’s master franchisee in Australia. It will see new sites open throughout India, as well as in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

“Bringing the cutting-edge technology and systems of OsteoStrong into a new country is so exciting for me and my team. Our anticipation of all the life-changing stories to come drives us to excellence every day,” said Kyle Zagrodzky.

“With a country as massive as India, the opportunity to expand and serve so many people is such a wonderful gift that gives us so much gratitude!”

The first of these new locations is set to open in Kolkata, India in late spring 2021, with the plan being to help 100 million people throughout India and the surrounding countries deal with bone health and related issues.

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