Brazil hires former volleyball pro Andrew Pink to lead sports team

Former Olympic volleyball player Andrew Pink has joined Brazil to lead its sports division.

Having retired from the Great British team following the London Olympics, Pink has filled the newly created role of head of sport as the London-based agency looks to expand its grassroots sports campaigns. He studied marketing and PR before becoming a volleyball professional.

Joshua Van Raalte, CEO at Brazil, said: "Andrew was a tremendous find for Brazil, and as a professional sportsman with an active interest in communications, his addition to the team will prove vital as we put more emphasis on our sport practice."

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