Bolt, who is a known lover of Dancehall, released a one-minute snippet on his Instagram, announcing his new dancehall rhythm which will be available on July 5. The Olympian named after his own signature sweet champagne cuvee, ‘Usain Bolt Olympe Rose’.According to a press release, the rhythm is a tribute to Bolt’s entry into the world’s luxury alcohol space in collaboration with French alcohol beverage company Pernod Ricard, under its GH Mumm Brand. Bolt was appointed ‘Chief Entertainment Officer’ of GH Mumm in 2016 before collaborating with the alcohol beverage maker to create a cuvee that reflects his own liquor preference.The rhythm will feature five tracks from popular dancehall artists Dexta Daps, Munga Honorable, Ding Dong and close friend of Bolt, Chris Martin. Retired Jamaican Footballer, Richardo “Bibi” Gardener is also featured on the rhythm.It’s no surprise that Usain has dabbled in yet again, another industry. After retiring in 2017, the 32-year-old tried his feet at professional football, joining the Australian soccer club Central Coast Mariners in August 2018. He left the team in January 2019.His other ventures include two Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records Restaurants in Jamaica, with a third that recently opened in the UK. Bolt Mobility, a brand of personal electric scooter was also launched in March of this year. Additionally, he has invested in in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry, with a major BPO center currently under construction in Kingston, Jamaica. KINGSTON, Jamaica – Usain Bolt is proving that he is still, in fact, the King of Tracks, as he sets his sights on yet another business venture- this time in the music industry.
Rightlander tackles ‘bad actors’ with new compliance tool August 12, 2020 Submit Share Share StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Liverpool FC in agency dispute over £15m BetVictor sponsorship June 9, 2020 Ian Sims – RightlanderGibraltar-based online gambling operator Mansion Group has confirmed that it will utilise Rightlander marketing compliance tools, enhancing its player acquisition programme capabilities.The partnership will see Rightlander technologies ‘scans affiliate websites, monitoring all activity which mentions or links to the Mansion brands, whilst also searching for certain events and conditions defined by the operator.’Confirming the partnership Ali Hawa, Head of Risk & Compliance at Mansion Group, stated that Rightlander was the appropriate tool for Mansion marketing in a changing affiliate marketing environment.“Working with the Rightlander tools will support us in continuing our dedication to the issue of compliance across all departments of the business; with a particular focus on our marketing activities. We are pleased to be putting into place a number of important measures to safeguard our business from potential affiliate malpractice.”Rightlander’s due-diligence software has been developed by veteran former industry affiliate Ian Sims (MD), seeking to reduce growing compliance costs and resources for industry marketing stakeholdersIan Sims, commented on Rightlander’s latest partnership: “Our competitively priced product does the heavy lifting for operators and provides them with a clear view of the affiliates linking to their brands across geographies and whether they are doing so in a responsible manner. We are thrilled to be working with the Mansion Group to help them improve their processes and better manage their affiliate partners.” Related Articles read more