Several months ago, I had the precious opportunity to enjoy breakfast with Michael Moritz (Chairman of Sequoia Capital), Douglas Leone…
The Beauty Of Simplicity
I had coffee yesterday with a childhood buddy (who is visiting Singapore for a few days). He is a musician with zero background in business. As usual, we bonded over our crazy childhood memories, caught up on the latest news in our lives, and shared a lot of laughter. The best thing about old friends is that there are no airs. Years might pass, but everything feels exactly the same as when we were kids. Our conversation eventually drifted onto the topic of ONE Championship, and he asked me to explain it in simple terms. I paused to think of a good answer before I opened my laptop to show him this slide below. I explained how Asia has been the home of martial arts for 5,000 years, and why the world will not be denied of Asia’s first multibillion dollar global sports media property.
ONE Championship is a celebration of Asia’s greatest cultural treasure, and its deep-rooted Asian values of integrity, humility, honor, respect, discipline, courage, and compassion. We have a simple formula for success. We believe the formula of values, heroes, and stories is infinitely scaleable across the continent. Through the magic of storytelling and the power of media, we unleash real-life superheroes, celebrate values, ignite dreams, inspire nations, and change the world. #gratitude
Chatri Sityodtong is a self-made entrepreneur and lifelong martial artist from Thailand. 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. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of ONE Championship, Asia’s largest global sports media property in history with a global broadcast to over 1.7 billion potential viewers across 136 countries around the world. Forbes most recently selected Sityodtong as one of Asia’s next generation tycoons. He was also named “Asia’s King of Martial Arts” by the Financial Times and the “3rd Most Powerful Person in Sports in Asia” by FOX Sports. He is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD, Europe’s top business school. Sityodtong holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Tufts University.