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MX2 Interiors joins Golf Business International

11.24am 11th March 2019 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, March 11th, 2019

Interior designer Tim Medlycott (above) is looking to offer a fresh perspective to the golf industry after becoming the latest consultant to join Golf Business International,

Medlycott, 55, is a director and co-founder of Mx2 Interiors Ltd, an interior design and fit-out company, based in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and which is now offering golf simulators as just part of its extensive clubhouse design services.

An enthusiastic golfer himself, Medlycott is keen to work with golf clubs to create fresh, cost-effective bespoke solutions to interior spaces, whether in a reception area, lounge, bar, back office or even a teaching space.

He has created dynamic work environments for organisations across the globe for the last 30 years in a variety of high-level roles with a European industry leader. He founded Mx2 Interiors, in 2010, to bring his experience and knowledge to a wider, less-corporate audience, and his aim remains to help organisations maximise their built environment in terms of space, efficiencies and user experience.

He explained: “Following discussions with England Golf, they recommended joining Golf Business International, so we could work alongside other experienced and knowledgeable industry experts.┬áIt was felt my experience in creating inspiring interiors and working alongside Golf Business International members, would not only help broaden my knowledge as to the particular challenges faced within the golfing market, but, additionally, working as part of a team delivering top level solutions would benefit golfers and clubs alike.”

He added: “My speciality is in understanding the client’s needs and developing a journey of success through design that can make an effective and profitable contribution to any organisation.”

Golf Business International chairman John Ashworth added: “Tim joins us with a great deal of knowledge in consulting on many design and design-and-build projects and brings a valuable insight into modernising facilities and enhancing the visitor and member experience.”


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