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About Us

Lifley is an embodiment of grassroots community activation, with the intention of creating new social and economic opportunities for sportsmen and women around the world. By uniting diverse stakeholders within a sports or wellness remit, we aim to create a bespoke international community equipped for tangible personal development.

Suitable for enthusiasts of any ability or background, we connect talent with opportunity by maximising and marketing athletic potential. As a newly minted technology company Lifley is also designed to break down injustices in the data economy. By giving our users ownership of their own information they will be able to earn money in new ways. In the process, democratising data governance for all users of the Lifley network.

As a semi-professional rugby player, community youth coach and amateur sport club committee member himself, our founder Alex knows the hardships of the journey. For emerging athletes there are many hurdles to stride. From breakthrough contacts, nerves, bespoke training plans, limited career advise, access to finance, lack of recruitment or time constraints. It’s a tall mountain to climb. So we spawned the idea for Lifley as somewhat of a sporting lifestyle Sherpa. We’re here to help you find the pathway to personal success and celebrate every victory or loss with you. No matter how big or small!

Based in the rural heart of The South West of England, Lifley’s roots are deeply tied to the natural world. Through our business activity, marketing exploits and public events we will promote total immersion in the outdoors. We want to inspire action and adventure as a lifestyle. In an age of life threatening climate adversity, understanding our impact and responsibility has never been more important!

Climate change also impacts sports, with damage to playing surfaces from drought, floods and pests; lack of winter snow threatening low altitude resorts; unseasonal rainfall forcing cancellations; increasing storm frequencies damaging infrastructure; algal blooms in natural water sources limiting direct contact; heatwaves leading to exhaustion or injuries from harder surfaces. By sharing our experience with nature, we hope we can shine a true light on real world issues and provoke healthy behavioural change at a societal level.

So what are you waiting for? Join us. We’re all in it together!

To the best of health.