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One of the World’s most recognised personalities, David Beckham, OBE is one of England’s most successful footballers. Beckham’s football career boasts 20 years with some of the most successful clubs in the world: Manchester United, Real Madrid, A C Milan, LA Galaxy, Paris Saint- Germain and the England National team which he captained for six years.
After retiring from playing, Beckham has established himself as a successful entrepreneur, working strategically and creatively with many of the world’s leading brands including adidas, AIA Vitality, Diageo, H&M, L’Oreal, Tudor & Marina Bay Sands and Safilo.
David Beckham has played a crucial role, as Goodwill Ambassador, in helping the UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, promote and protect the rights of the world’s most vulnerable children. David launched the ground-breaking initiative 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund to protect millions of children around the world from danger. Over the 13 years David has worked with UNICEF he has used his voice and influence to raise awareness and affect change.
David’s humanitarian work remain a focus for him and in 2019 David Beckham lent his voice to Malaria No More. The campaign won the ‘Outstanding use of AI for social good’ award at Cog X.