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The New York Jets receiver might be out for the season, but he’s already begun expanding his horizons, preparing for an MBA and getting ready for life after football.
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NFL receiver Quincy Enunwa and Jim Neesen, managing partner of accounting firm Connor Group, seem like a somewhat unlikely pair at first glance. However, the athlete and the businessman have a diverse range of interests that have helped make their young partnership a successful one, allowing Enunwa to improve his business skills and the Connor Group to “compress time,” as Neesen says, with a hardworking and intellectually curious star.Enunwa, who suffered a season-ending neck injury in the first game of the season against the Buffalo Bills, and Neesen explained how the partnership began and what they’ve learned from each other during an interview earlier this year. Check it out below.Entrepreneur: Tell me how the two of you met.Neesen: It was an IPO summit, a gathering of 150 of the hottest tech and biotech companies in the New York area — companies that are two or three years away from an IPO or liquidity event.And what drew you to that event, Quincy?Enunwa: Right now, my goal is to soak in as much information as I can. I’m still trying to figure out exactly what I want to do, and the best way to do that is to figure out what I don’t want to do. Our player rep found out about the event, and I thought, “Why not take advantage?” I live in New Jersey, and it’s nothing to get to New York, so let me go
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