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Princess Beatrice set to start new business venture with high profile client

Princess Beatrice is pursuing a career in business after landing herself her first client as a business matchmaker.

Who is the client?
The Princess successfully won her high profile client, Afiniti earlier this week. Afiniti is a technology-based company that specialises in providing software for call centres and companies that work with mobile phones. The technological company also focuses on creating possibilities to improve “contact centre interactions conducted over the phone and also provide optimisations for live chat, email, online video and in-person applications.” Afiniti operates worldwide and has “deployed over 150 programmes for some of the world’s largest businesses.”

Princess Beatrice was reportedly seen to accompany Zia Chishti who is Afiniti’s main founder. The seventh in line to the throne continued her voyage with Zia Chishti in Davos, at the World Economic Forum. The pair also attended a sit down lunch at the forum, with surrounding attendance being made up of those who are senior figures in British business.

The Princess’s new business venture into Afiniti looks to be promising. It’s no wonder the worldwide company have taken a keen interest in Princess Beatrice as a business matchmaker; she will join a long list of high profile Afiniti board members. Just a handful of the senior figures includes former Prime Minister of Spain, José Maria Aznar; John Snow, the US Treasuary Secretary under George Bush; and Larry Babbio who is the former president and vice chairman of Verizon.

Princess Beatrice has always had a profound love for business. After studying for three years at Goldsmiths College in London, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and the history of ideas. Since her graduation, Princess Beatrice has worked at Sandbridge Capital and at Sony Pictures as a production analyst.

The seventh in line to the throne’s spokesman has confirmed that she is currently working in business but did not reveal any details about her new venture with Afiniti.

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