East Hartford, Connecticut (November 16, 2021) – FreeAgentNow, a Connecticut-based technology company that assists student athlete recruitment, has announced Mr. Paul Korzilius to their Board of Directors.
“FreeAgentNow (FAN) is enthusiastic to welcome Paul Korzilius to our Board of Directors.” stated Roger Wierbicki, Founder/CEO of FreeAgentNow. “Paul’s experience working with high-level global talent and best-in-class organizations will only better serve FreeAgentNow as we continue our growth pattern. FreeAgentNow is grateful that Paul will be able to share his business acumen to shape FAN’s future.”
“FreeAgentNow’s business model is designed to assist the student athlete, even post-athletic career. That is the disrupter, that is the game changer to this stagnant marketplace.” stated Paul Korzilius. “FAN’s easy-to-use technology allows student athletes to gain critical educational experience regarding individual marketing in a fun platform. The youth sports market is vastly larger than the NFL. FreeAgentNow is positioned to become a world-wide leader in this space.”
Mr. Korzilius has been the manager of the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted band Bon Jovi for over 35 years. Paul has been the architect behind Bon Jovi’s worldwide success of 100M records sold, 2700 concerts performed, in front over of 34M fans. Paul has consulted in the Tech Space for 10+ years, in an advisory capacity for companies such as Famecast and most recently Project Admission. Paul is on the Board of Directors for the Oak View Group (OVG). OVG is a Global Advisory, Development and Investment Company for Sports and Live Entertainment industries. Paul graduated Northwestern with a degree in Education.
FreeAgentNow is an interactive platform that allows student athletes to be viewed in an elevated light. FreeAgentNow provides athletes the ability to showcase their athletic and interpersonal attributes. FreeAgentNow is proud to be a Connecticut-based technology company.
For more information regarding FreeAgentNow, go to www.freeagentnow.com