NVA is a brand and group of companies that operates in the sports and entertainment industries. It is based in London, England and was founded by its joint CEOs, Chris Nathaniel and Paul Boadi.
NVA Entertainment Group
NVA Entertainment was founded in 2004 and is primarily concerned with the representation of UK and international sports personalities. As of 2010, clients included the Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand, Brazilian footballer Robinho, Aston Villa defender Curtis Davies, Chelsea captain and England defender John Terry, as well as sprinter Usain Bolt.
Next Generation TV and Film
NVA’s TV and Film entertainment arm was founded in 2006. Its first major programme was the Rio’s World Cup Wind-Ups comedy special for ITV, starring Rio Ferdinand. .
- Barney Ronay on the rise of Rio Ferdinand as footballer and urban entertainment mogul | Football | The Guardian
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- Usain Bolt sets sights on sprinting to top of rich list | Sport | The Guardian
- Digger: Rio plays for laughs on TV | Football | The Guardian
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