Good to Great was founded in 2011 by the former tennis professionals Magnus Norman, Nicklas Kulti and Mikael Tillström, and the arena was inaugurated in the spring of 2018. The focus of the organization is to develop tennis players, going from “Good to Great”, and to prepare youths for life on and off the court. The arena is one of the leading facilities in the world for juniors, professionals and recreational players. In addition to tennis and padel practice, Good to Great also offers mental health education, physiotherapy and sports injury treatment.
Collector Bank has during the recent years emphasized its focus on financing solutions, primarily targeting small and medium-sized companies in the Nordics. Collector Bank’s purpose is to bridge the current financing gap between smaller players and large traditional banks. With helping customers to realize their visions as a driving force, Collector Bank has an important role to play for small and medium-sized companies that want to take their businesses to the next level, and in the long run contribute to economic growth and support a sustainable and well-functioning financial ecosystem.
Focus on supporting companies and individuals to reach the next level is an important common denominator for Collector Bank and Good to Great. Focus on health and wellbeing are other important aspects. The partnership hence offers a good strategic fit for both parties.
– We are extremely impressed by the work of the Good to Great team. With energy and great commitment, they run training programs and a world class arena which open up opportunities for young tennis professionals. Just like Collector Bank helps companies to reach the next level, Good to Great supports young talents to develop to reach their full potential. As a partner we are proud to be able to support the academy and we have a good collaboration with the Good to Great team. We also see attractive business opportunities and potential to increase our brand recognition, says Martin Nossman, CEO of Collector Bank.
Visit the website goodtogreat.se/en/ for more information.