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I want to be a businees men

#soccer #athletics #football #sports #sports-agent

Thank you comment icon Hi, Oscar! Could you edit your question to add some more details? It looks like you are either interested in a career in business, sports, or some combination? Alexandra Carpenter, Admin
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Jorge’s Answer

Hi Oscar,

If you want to be a sports agent my advice for you is to get a degree in Business Administration or Law, since you will need to review contracts making sure you understand all terms and conditions. Also you can take a sports agent or soccer agent professional course. You can find them everywhere and there are some great options in Spain too. It is essential that you have a good preparation to understand the sports industry. The work of an agent is very extensive, so you need to prepare and introduce yourself into this world while trying to connect with experts since networking is one of the most important skills you will need, so make sure to get involved with people that can help you get sponsors or to get closer to the market you would like to belong.

As a sport or soccer agent you will be in charge of managing players contracts, the marketing around them and seek for the better opportunities and proposals to grow the players professional career.

At the beginning of this career you will need to be patient. Reputation is built day by day, and if you work hard you will soon get the know how you need to start growing as a professional sports agent. In my personal opinion, it is not hard to become a sports agent if you enjoy being an active person, making new friends, assisting to events and facing challenges.
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Rebecca’s Answer

Hi, do you want to become a business men / entrepreneur? Or, you would like to becomes an soccer athletes?
Let me try to answer your question. I would assume you would like to start on sport related business.
1. You may identify what business you would to run, e.g. a soccer school, produce sport related products, etc.
2. I would suggest you could take your major in business with minor in sports , e.g. sports management, sports science, etc. in the college It is subject to what business you would like to run.
3. You can look for part time or intern opportunities while you are in the college
4. After you graduation, you can start working in the relevant industry to understand the business model and process and also save the monies for your startup funding
5. Start your own business in small scale or online first if possible
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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Zahid’s Answer

Your question is not clear as to what you want. Your main question states you want to be a businessman and yet your hashtags indicate interest in sports. Perhaps you are interest in both and are interested in combining both of them?

A Businessman is a person who owns and manages a business. Businessmen also have the opportunity to make more money than most other types of jobs out there! This blog post will talk about what it takes to be a Businessman, the risks that come with this type of job, and much more!
Who is a Businessman?

A Businessman is someone who works in the business world.
A successful businessman has many qualities.
But they are focused on being productive and generating profit from their endeavors.
It is through running a company or investing capital into other people’s businesses.
Besides this, there must also exist ambition which leads one towards success.
Leadership skills such as managing employees.
So that everyone does well enough without overworking themselves.
While maintaining morale at all times by setting goals for each department. Leading upfront rather than waiting till later stages.

Now that we know what a businessman is and what he does. Perhaps you would like to look into sports management?

Over the past 30 years, there has been a significant amount of growth in sports management education programs. From undergraduate and master's-level courses to MBAs with a sports management concentration, they are continuing to gain ground in colleges and universities. If this something that interests you then check out the link below:

Sports Industry 101: Breaking Into The Business Of Sports
https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonbelzer/2014/02/05/sports-industry-101-breaking-into-the-business-of-sports/?sh=584b04973db9
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