Asamoah Gyan currently has investments in over 10 businesses in Ghana, as he looks towards life after retirement.
The Ghana captain, as decorated as he is in his career, has involved himself in so many businesses as he looks towards life after retirement.
With just under a month to his 32nd birthday, Gyan knows very well that his heydays will soon be over, but the steps he has taken are worthy of every commendation he has had.
The Kayserispor striker has a variety of business currently running in his name, and is still in the process of launching more in the near future.
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Pulse.com.gh takes a look at all the businesses that are owned by Asamoah Gyan.
The Black Stars striker is into the import of food products such as rice and noodles aside his impressive football career.
Asamoah Gyan launched the Mama Vits noodles and rice in the latter parts of 2012 and has seen both products make a mark on the Ghanaian market.
Asamoah Gyan recently acquired a license to operate on airline in Ghana. The airline company, which will be known as “Baby Jet Airline”, is set to start operation by next year.
The airline is expected to operate both locally and internationally when it finally kicks into gear.
For a footballer that loves music, Gyan has also channeled some of his investments into a musical band known as the Asa Band.
The band was launched in December 2015 and has since been performing at functions. The band even has an album titled ‘Fly away’.
Asamoah Gyan is again the man in charge of an event management company called JetLink Events & Logistics.
Situated at Adjiringanor in Accra, the company is involved in the organization of events as well as in the construction of stages, trusses, lights, Public Address systems, tents and LED screens for all events.
The Baby Jet boxing promotions is also the brainchild of Asamoah Gyan.
The boxing promotions company currently has IBO Lightweight champion Emmanuel ‘Game Boy’ Tagoe on its roster, as well as other talented upcoming boxers.
The former Sunderland attacker is also the owner of a plaza in East Legon, Accra. Gyan’s plaza houses a hoist of companies and shops.
Cal Bank, HFC Bank and GCB Banks can all be found in the said plaza.
The Paradise Pack water is also one of the newest businesses that Gyan has ventured into.
The striker confirmed on Thursday that he has finally launched the production of “pure water” as an additional business.
The product will soon be on the market in sachet and bottles.
Asamoah Gyan has huge investments in the Real Estate business in Ghana.
The striker has a number of mammoth buildings in the country which he rents out for the purpose of shops, housing etc.
Another of Gyan’s biggest businesses is his foray into the transportation business.
He is currently having over 20 coaches (buses) which move to and from Accra and Kumasi, as well as other neighbouring countries.
As an extension to his Real Estate business, Gyan is also into hostel management as part of his investments.
The striker provides hostel facilities to some private Universities around the country.