Franck Benhamou

Franck Benhamou is a corporate executive turned entrepreneur, digital nomad, and minimalist.

His early career included various positions over 16 years at SC Johnson & Son in marketing and general management across the world (USA, USSR, Spain, Ukraine, UK, Russia); his last position being Group General Manager – CIS.

He left the corporate world to be an early participant in the digital revolution and created his first internet company In the year 2000. It was a reverse auction platform for the retail industry that had successfully built relationships with thousands of supermarkets in Russia when he sold it to an investment fund.

For the last 15 years, Franck has mostly been focused on his family, traveling the world as a nomad, studying alternative lifestyle business models, and promoting various businesses all connected with the internet, social networks, and the consumer goods industry.

His latest venture, launching this August, is called the Fans League.  It is the first fact-based, season-long competition to rank sports fans around the world.

Franck holds an Engineering Diploma from France, a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and an MBA from The University of Chicago School of Business. Franck is the author of “Here´s an Idea” and ¨Facebook For Martial Arts Businesses¨.

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