We advise our clients who develop their professional and economic activity in the world of sports. Likewise, we advise those companies that wish to implement international projects of social action linked to its sector.
We identify goals, define the means and plan strategies.
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We organize the resources, structure the process, establish the method and train the professionals.
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"We define the objectives, the actions to be developed and the methodology to implement them"
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Raising resources

- Identification of investors and sponsorships.
- Market intelligence.
- Strategic planning.
- Internationalization.
- International Taxation.
- Management and advice to professional athletes.
Preparing for the future

- Organization, management and development of professional resources.
- Creation of football schools.
- Organization of campuses, clinic training and technification workdays in football.
- Football training courses.
- Congresses, conventions, conferences and sports training lectures.
Sports Events and Social Action Projects

- Creation of sporting events.
- Implementation of training projects - health - and sport.
- Direct sponsorships on associations, clubs, Help and Insertion Centres.
"Managing football is no different than being an executive where you have to balance the needs of multiple parties: investors, shareholders, committers, customers, consumers and stakeholders in general"
Mike Carson, "The Manager: inside the minds of football's leaders".
"A coach is no better for their results or for style, model or identity. What has value is the depth of the project, the arguments that support it, the development of the idea."
(Marcelo Bielsa)
In May 2004, the World Health Assembly endorsed resolution WHA57.17: Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (RAFS), and recommended Member States to develop national action plans and policies to increase levels of physical activity of their population.
(World Health Assembly, Geneva, 17-22 May 2004. Resolutions and decisions, annexes, Geneva, WHO, 2004)