Beyond Limits Known
|Industry||Textile, Sportswear, Clothing|
|Founded||2011 (1999 as KooGa Australia)|
|Headquarters||16-18 Kingston Drive
North & South America
Asia and UAE
|CEO Tyron Brant|
|Parent||Esperança Timor Oan|
Beyond Limits Known, generally styled as BLK (pron: "B-L-K"), is a sportswear clothing company which was established in 2011 in the city of the Gold Coast.
The overall but now heavily transitioned company has origins as far back as 1999, but evolved from the Australian arm of the brand KooGa. Australian founder and current chairman, Kim Brant, re-branded KooGa Australia to "BLK" (Beyond Limits Known) in 2011.
BLK's primary business is in Australia with a sizeable portfolio of sport's in Queensland.
Rugby Union is a major market for the company with BLK boasting five Super Rugby teams and some of the biggest European club outfits.
The company has a network of suppliers in France; Ireland; Japan; Malaysia; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Solomon Islands; South Africa; United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates and United States to maintain a growing worldwide footprint.
The offices in Helensvale house the Australian senior management team including extended members of the Brant Family, with eldest son Tyron Brant the company CEO.
The parent company of BLK Australia, World Rugby Specialists, was placed into external receivership in November 2016. This was due to unprofitable sponsorships and an over-accumulation of inventory, among other financial troubles. In January 2017, BLK was acquired by Timor-based oil and energy company Esperança Timor Oan, amid BLK Australia's financial issues. ETO's managing director Nilton Gusmão dos Santos said the acquisition was part of their intentions to go beyond the energy field.  
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