Companies whose values I like:
This is a business I may be working with soon:
The names 2K Tiger comes from the fact that 20 years ago, after I finished University and was on a high, I came to London for the first time and found it very hard. I couldn't get a good job. I had few friends. Life was pretty tough. I had originally dreamed of being a professional cricketers but soon after being at University lost my passion for it and found other things, including my business course which I loved.
After going through a pretty low period in my life, I tried golf and instantly fell in love with the sport. It gave me purpose, it gave me new dreams, I met some amazing people through the game, and a new found sense of confidence. Golf changed my life. What brought me into the game was Tiger Woods. Seeing what he had done from his background, transforming the sport, changing attitudes, having fun, doing amazing things inspired me. Tiger is arguably the greatest sportsman in the history of golf, if not all sports. His best ever year was the year 2000. Hence 2K Tiger. I now work with one of the best golf clubs in the world, helping with branding, marketing and business development. It is a luxury product and hence has connected me to entities like Rolls Royce, Octagon property, Chelsea Football Club and many more top businesses.
I am a huge fan of the following golf club:
Everything they do is to the highest quality.
My mission is to help other people, businesses, and individuals improve their life through sport, wellness and leisure. That can be done by arranging events for them to network, creating unique and interesting training programmes, or if businesses want to create a new project, e.g. build a golf course, buy a football stadium etc, I would like to provide a service to assist.
2K Tiger may grow and pivot into different directions, especially if we can use technology to assist. For now, I would like a brand identity that is elegant, professional and represents the values of the business.
I am still writing my values, but these are a good starting point:
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