CHASE YOUR GREATNESS
His rags-to-riches life story has inspired millions around the world on BBC News, CNN, Financial Times, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, Channel NewsAsia, and other major media. At the lowest point in Chatri’s life, he survived on $4 a day in poverty.
Philanthropy has always been a big part of Chatri’s life and is something close to his heart. His main area of focus is helping underprivileged kids, troubled youth, and terminally-ill children. When Chatri was 13 years old, he worked at Klong Toey Slums in Thailand, and it forever changed his life. Read about the childhood story that ignited his passion for helping others.
Follow Chatri as he chases the biggest dream of his life in launching ONE Championship and building it into Asia's largest global sports media property in history. In this blog, he shares the stories, the triumphs, the failures, and the candid truths of his amazing journey.
Awards and Recognition
A self-made multimillionaire entrepreneur and lifelong martial artist, Chatri Sityodtong was most recently selected as a next generation Asian tycoon by Forbes and named "Asia's King of Martial Arts" by the Financial Times. He has also been featured as the cover story for magazines such as Inc, Tatler, Playboy, CEO, Wealth, The Peak, MillionaireAsia, and more.
It's no secret that Chatri loves excitement and adrenaline. Whether it is snowboarding in the Alps, cage-diving with great white sharks in the Farallon Islands, or wild gorilla trekking in Rwanda, he has criss-crossed the globe for the thrill of adventure. Find out what else Chatri does when he's not busy creating companies.
Sityodtong is a perennial keynote speaker at the world's top business conferences such as Forbes Global CEO Conference, Milken Institute Asia Summit, Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), CNBC Asia Business Leaders Awards, YPO Edge, Cannes Lions, Forbes Next Tycoons Conference, Asian Leadership Conference, Bloomberg ASEAN Business Summit, and others.