Having been around for more than a decade working with companies and their respective brands, we have not encountered nor heard of a story about an overnight success in business. Ultimately, the common denominator of every success stories that leaves us in awe are collection of perseverance, resiliency, integrity and founded with an ambitious vision.
Failure is inevitable to grow. It serves as the growing pains that enable businesses to be volatile, relevant, resilient and sustainable. While emerging business aims to scale their operations, the established companies aspire to embark on new opportunities to conquer. You see, it is and should be our constant desire to move forward and stay ahead.
How we started is not an accident. Back then we were TRUEHOLIX, a personal and freelance service dating back to 2002. A fearless and all-in journey to pursue a path very few understands. Yet, guided with a strong will and cultivated faith, the adventure began to unravel. It was never a straightforward course nor was it a continuous movement. But one thing for sure, the leap of faith has gotten the journey to a milestone we now call TEAMHOLIX. Fast forward to 2019, we have become equipped to pursue every radical vision and its relentless execution.
We boldly take every step. Yet, in our every move, we seek His guidance. In any decision, we put faith. Through the years, we learn to apply our conviction in everything we do, and in everything we deliver that “Great Designs are executed with greater passion, compelling creativity, humbled intelligence and personal commitment to build partnership as a team and develop relationships with our clients.
Today, we seek to move ahead—- for we know movement is life and moving presents opportunities. Our commitment has gone a long way giving us the privilege to witness stories of entrepreneurs who took the pill of courage amidst threats of failures and disheartening missteps ahead.
"Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." ~ Galatians 6:9