One of the best creative midfielders in Spain and the world, the legendary player Andrés Iniesta, who won all possible titles with FC Barcelona and was world champion with Spain in 2010, has confirmed that he will come to Peru to promote his football project called ‘Never say never’.
And it is that this company was founded in 2018 by the same Spanish soccer player, who has just opened a delegation in Peru of his multinational company constituted as NSN Sudamérica SAC.
The soccer player and his team chose Lima to be the South American headquarters of a company that also has a presence in Spain, Japan, Mexico and the United States, countries where it develops projects related to sports and entertainment.
Although there is still no date on the arrival of Andrés Iniesta in Peru, El Comercio contacted the environment of the Spanish legend. “We don’t have a confirmed date because he is checking his time in Japan,” he commented.
Andrés Iniesta himself has stated that “we are very excited to be present in a country like Peru and a continent like South America to continue growing and promoting our values around the world. We love the passion with which Peruvians live sport”.
NSN has various business lines such as a sports marketing agency, soccer academies, scouting and representation of soccer players, consultancy for sports clubs and institutions, audiovisual content producer, as well as a brand of technical clothing and soccer shoes (Capitten ), among other. Continuing with its global expansion, NSN plans to develop in Peru and South America, the entire portfolio of products and services of the company. “This is a strategic decision that follows the corporation’s roadmap. South America is a key area for the present and future of the company” affirms Joel Borrás, President and Founder of NSN.
Finally, for his part, Carlos Gómez, CEO of NSN South America, leads the project in the region after leaving his previous position in Barcelona and recognizes that “Peru has the right conditions to be the epicenter of the project in South America. In Peru, the only thing missing is tools like the ones that NSN is going to provide through its projects…”, he stated.
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