WORLD IN MOTION LIMITED
World in Motion is one of the UK’s foremost sports management companies, offering a comprehensive and exclusive management service across football, rugby, golf, boxing and cricket. With a reputation for both professional excellence and integrity, when it comes to football their experts manage players on a global scale alongside the world’s leading clubs. The money raised will be used to further expand their business globally and to break into the women's football market.
Allowing our players to concentrate on what they do best.
Our experts at World in Motion tailor our service to each and everyone of our clients’ needs, from player representation through to transfer and contract negotiations. Our team has had the incredible honour to have worked with top football talents such as Conor Coady (Wolverhampton Wanderers and England), Alfredo Morelos (Rangers and Colombia), Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United), Martin Hinteregger (Eintracht Frankfurt and Austria).
We have established a strong European presence with offices in England, Portugal and Eastern Europe and our reach extends to France, Spain, Germany, Belgium and China. We have also completed over one thousand transfers and contract negotiations.
With sports as our passion, and building a strong community as our culture, we hope to continue building and further growing World in Motion. The funds raised will go towards increasing our global presence, particularly in Europe, South America and China, whilst also trying to break into the women’s football market.
The impact of due to covid was severe on the professional sport sector during 2020, but recently the rules changed and currently the premiership is on. Team sports are progressing, although revenues may be reduced due to no crowds, tv licensing and pay as you watch are a source of revenue for the sports sector meaning player transfers continue.
Credit Risk Comments:
The director is providing a personal guarantee, this means that if the business fails the director becomes personally liable for the loan. The directors is a homeowner, this does not mean there are assets to cover the loan in the event the business fails. There have been no CCJs for the business or director.
Where will the funds go?
"Allowing our players to concentrate on what they do best."