Catch Chatri Sityodtong and Gary Vaynerchuk

Chatri Sityodtong and Gary Vaynerchuk will feature as the keynote speakers at the National Achievers Congress in Asia this year. Book your spot and catch us in Kuala Lumpur on July 12, Singapore on July 13, and Bangkok on July 22! Details are here >>>


Chatri Sityodtong Named Asia’s Top CEO

Chatri Sityodtong was selected as Asia’s Top CEO for 2017 by both Deloitte and Influential Brands today. This award is given to those CEOs who are exemplary in 5 critical areas over their careers: Brand Leadership, Brand Expansion, Financial Performance, Innovation, and Personal Integrity. Past winners include Thapana Sirivadhanabhakdi; CEO of ThaiBev, George Quek; Chairman of BreadTalk Group, Anthony Tan; Co-Founder and CEO of Grab, Michael Tan; Co-Founder and Group CEO of Fullerton Healthcare Corporation, Richard Eu; CEO of Eu Yan Sang International, David Chiem; Founder, CEO and Chairman of Mindchamps Holdings, Alain Ong; CEO of Pokka International, and many others.


Chatri Sityodtong At Forbes Global CEO Conference

As the only speaker from the sports industry in Asia at the 2017 Forbes Global CEO Conference, Chatri Sityodtong shared lessons from his journey with ONE Championship, and how he built Asia’s global sports media property in history from scratch. Other speakers included Steve Forbes (Chairman of Forbes), Suphachai Chearavanont (CEO of CP Group), Anthony Tan (CEO of Grab), Carrie Lam (Chief Executive of Hong Kong), Wilbur Ross (US Secretary of Commerce), Lawrence Ho (CEO of Melco), Ho Kwon Ping (Chairman of Banyan Tree), Patrick Grove (Chairman of iFlix), Joe Tsai (Vice Chairman of Alibaba), Jeongdo Hong (CEO of JTBC), Jane Jie Sun (CEO of, and many other global business leaders.


Inc Magazine Features Chatri Sityodtong As Cover Story

In another ground-breaking moment for Asian entrepreneurs, Chatri Sityodtong became the 1st CEO from the sports industry in Asia to grace the cover of Inc Magazine. The feature story details Chatri’s rags-to-riches life story and the rise of ONE Championship as Asia’s largest sports media property in history.