Virat Kohli over the years has evolved as a huge figure in the world of cricket alongside has built a series of brands across the line to his credit, on his 34th birthday a look at some of the major brands he owns.
Goa FC turned out to be the first investment Virat Kohli made as a businessman when he was just 25 years old. Led by his passion for football he drove in to explore the upcoming ecosystem.
A London-based tech start-up, Sport Convo was Kohli’s second business venture after Goa FC and it provides a platform for sports fans from a variety of sports to meet and talk about their passion.
Virat Kohli owns a stake in the famous Clothing and Accessories brand, Wrogn. It was founded by Anjana Reddy, back in 2018 ahead of the IPL’s 11th edition, Wrogn also became a brand sponsor of RCB.
Virat Kohli and jersey number 18 is a brand on its own and the premier by the cricketer named One8 in collaboration with Puma and One8 commune that has restaurants, and beverages among others.
A fitness enthusiast and among the fittest athlete across the globe, Virat Kohli has inspired generations. His investment also comes in the Bengaluru-based gym chain Chisel Fitness, associated since 2015.
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have together invested in Blue Tribe, which is a startup that deals in plant-based meat products, like frozen minced chicken, chicken nuggets, Keema, momos, and more.
Virat Kohli’s investment in Delhi-based Rage Coffee came earlier this year which elevated his stance as the brand ambassador, with Kohli on board the brand is likely to scale up in years to come.
Digit is Pune-based insurance owned by Kamlesh Goyal and his associates. Backed by a Canadian group, Virat Kohli invested in the firm back in February 2020 along with his wife Anushka Sharma.