Cristiano Ronaldo is now the majority shareholder of the Portuguese digital company, Thing Pink.
Back on July 7, Cristiano Ronaldo posted a very cryptic video on his Instagram page which kept fans deliberating on what it will turn out to be. Well, it turns out C.Ronaldo Daily‘s hypothesis on the said date’s editorial is actually for a fact.
The Portuguese superstar is still expanding his brand and, as a result, has decided to build a legacy in the digital world too. The world’s most valuable player has purchased a huge chunk of the shares of one the biggest digital agencies in Portugal, Thing Pink.
Founded by Luis Parafita, Thing Pink is a full-service digital interactive agency whose service provision ranges from app creation to the making of revolutionary tech products. You can click here for a more intrinsic and detailed documentation of the mission and vision of Thing Pink; now known as 7EGEND after Ronaldo’s acquisition.
It is worth noting that the same digital agency was responsible for the installation of most of the AI components of the CR7 Museum in Madeira, Portugal. The company has also rendered their services to renowned companies such as McDonald’s, Levi’s, Levoo, GNG, as well as the Portuguese Football Club, FC Porto.
According to America’s biggest tech website, TechCrunch, the functions and services provided at 7EGEND will be the continuation of Thing Pink. However, the brand will now be able to produce its own autonomous tech products.