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YOU'RE IN GOOD COMPANY...
We are Athlete Career Transition, global leaders in the transition of elite athletes from sports to lasting corporate careers in some of the top companies across the world.
Operating across five continents, we work to understand the requirements of your business before approaching the greatest talent the sporting world has to offer. We are your extended talent team, searching areas you've yet to explore.
We have supported over 250 athletes transition from sport to work placements in some of the world's biggest organisations.
we BRING the
GREATEST TALENT FROM SPORT
TO YOUR TEAMS
Gold-Winning Paralympian transitioned to Learning & Development at leading professional services firm
Medal-Winning Olympic Fencer transitioned to Advisory Consultant at at leading professional services firm
NFL Star transitioned to a leading asset management firm
Paralympic Pistol Shooting transitioned to a leading professional services firm
Olympic women's rugby sevens team captain & cancer survivor transitioned to professional services firm
Paralympic Volleyball player transitioned to global outsourcing company
Elite Paralympic Alpine Skier transitioned to specialist data analysis role at a leading professional services firm
British Lions & Wales Rugby Captain transitioned to television broadcasting company
in it for
the long run
We're not a recruitment agency, we're a uniquely positioned, global talent partner.
Once you've successfully hired your elite sports star, we work with you and the athlete to support the transition process with a dedicated psychologist, relationship manager and communications specialist to amplify messaging both internally and externally.
the warrior queen
this is nzingha's story
Named after a 17th century Angolan warrior queen, American female foil fencer and bronze medallist, Nzinga Prescod, has been demonstrating to the world that success both in sports and business, is not defined nor limited by background, gender or race. Spoken like a modern-day warrior, during the opening shots of a short documentary made by the National Geographic in 2016, Nzinga states “I don’t like to fight people; but you can’t get by without fighting.”