Five Footballers Who Have Moved From Football to Fintech Company Co-Founder
Despite having an outstanding career in football, Mathieu Flamini had to make a decision about his future. He decided to move into the financial world. And the decision proved to be a wise one. Now, he is the co-founder of a fintech company called Copilot.
Having enjoyed a successful football career, Mathieu Flamini has decided to move on to another career. He has become a co-founder and chief executive officer of GF Biochemicals, a company that manufactures levulinic acid, which is used in a variety of products, including plastics, pharmaceuticals, and fuels.
GF Biochemicals has offices in Italy and the Netherlands. Its main goal is to help produce a renewable and sustainable energy source. Its products include levulinic acid, which can be used to replace fossil-based chemicals in a variety of products. In addition, levulinic acid can be used to make biodegradable herbicides and air fresheners, among other products.
Mathieu Flamini has been working on a biotechnology company while playing for Arsenal. He has co-founded GF Biochemicals, which is the first company to mass produce levulinic acid.
The company aims to help combat climate change by reducing the carbon footprint of consumer products. The company also plans to provide a more sustainable alternative to oil-based products.
Considering that Sophie Flynn was a professional footballer, it’s no surprise she is well versed in all things finance related. She has an impressive arsenal of industry awards and accolades to her name and has made her mark on the pitch. She was named as a finalist for Women’s Football Association Player of the Year in 2014 and was a finalist in the Women’s Football Association Player of the Year competition in 2013. She was also a finalist for the Women’s Football Association Player of the Month award in 2013. She currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Transact365, a digital payment processing platform.
She is also the lone female on the board. She is a fan of the England Women’s football team and is a devoted fan of Manchester United. She has also appeared in a number of adverts and commercials for the club. She has also been a long term supporter of Manchester United Women’s squad, having played in several games since joining the club in 2012. Her latest role is as a business development manager, tasked with growing the company’s presence in the UK.
Despite the fact that Krychowiak plays for Poland, his father and mother are French, and he was raised in Gryfice. He played football at age twelve at a sports academy. He has played for the Poland national team and was named as one of the team’s player of the year in the UEFA Europa League in his first season.
Krychowiak joined the Polish national team in December 2008. He made his debut against Albania in a UEFA Euro qualifying match. He scored a free kick against Brazil in the U-20 World Cup. He started all of the Poland’s qualifying matches. He helped the team qualify for the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament. He also scored the first goal for Poland against Georgia.
Grzegorz Krychowiak joined La Liga club Sevilla in the summer of 2014. He started the UEFA Europa League for Sevilla and contributed two assists in the UEFA Europa League semifinals. He scored a goal against Feyenoord in the UEFA Europa League group stage and was named one of the team’s players of the year by Marca.
During his football career, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played for some of the biggest clubs in the world. He has scored a total of 570 goals, and is considered to be one of the best strikers in the world. Zlatan has won 32 championships in his career. He is a great example of how a talented player can turn into a winner.
In his first professional contract, Zlatan played for Malmo FF. In the Seria A, he won back-to-back titles, and became the league’s top scorer. He was also the player of the year in 2007.
After playing for clubs in Sweden and the Netherlands, Zlatan moved to AC Milan. He is considered to be one of the architects of Milan’s renaissance. In his second stint, Ibrahimovic led Milan to their first league title in 11 years. In 2017, Zlatan signed a one-year contract extension.
During his career, Zlatan has invested in several startups, including Validio, a data monitoring SaaS startup. He has also backed startups including Paris-based Startup Series A. He has invested in biotech startup BioLider, a company that produces biopreparations for plant protection.