TEJESH is a privately owned and managed Health & Racquet Sports Club.
TEJESH is the brainchild of Mr. Thirumugam, who is also the founder of the club. He is an avid sports person himself. His sports interests are badminton, cricket, swimming, football, and volleyball. He has participated in more than 300 badminton tournaments in Tamil Nadu. He has also successfully organized and conducted more than 25 tournaments in badminton, cricket, carrom, chess and 11K running and cycling events in the span of last two decades. He is also a nationally renowned pigeon fancier. He is a well-known figure in the pigeon racing circles of India. He has bred over 10000 pigeons so far and his birds have won almost every award in the clubs they belong to.
He also owns and successfully operates a company that supplies machineries to multinational companies in India.
Due to his interest in social work, he had successfully contested in panchayat elections and had been a vice president of one of the panchayats in Tamil Nadu.
Mahesh, along with Thirumugam is one of the founders of Tejesh Sports. They both grew up together playing multiple sports. They have played together as partners in over 300 badminton matches in Tamil Nadu.
Mahesh also serves as a Founder and Director of where2play, a sports and fitness app, with over 18 years experience in successfully managing businesses in sectors which include IT-enabled services and sports. He began his career in an IT-enabled services company providing data processing solutions to clients in the US. He was instrumental in helping his company to grow from a two-member company to over 300 staff in over a period of five years.
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