Pulse Partners Jean Manuel Jimenez and Brian Bishop to take on additional responsibilities with the move.
Miami, FL (Friday, November 18, 2022)- Pulse Sports and Entertainment announced today changes in its Executive leadership, as a result of its Chief Executive Officer, Jurgen Mainka having joined football’s governing body FIFA, as the Chief Tournament Officer (CTO) in Mexico for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Jurgen’s CTO role within FIFA resembles all the duties of a traditional Chief Operating Officer, reporting directly to the 2026 FIFA World Cup CEO and the FIFA 2026 World Cup Board.
As a result of the changes, the current Chief Experiential Officer Jean Manuel Jimenez and Chief Revenue Officer Brian Bishop will take on more of the day-to-day operations of the agency, in addition to their roles.“
We wish Jurgen the best of luck in the once-in-a-lifetime project and look forward to seeing him back at the end of 2026,” said co-founder, Jean Manuel Jimenez. “The experience that he will bring back, will continue to differentiate Pulse in the marketplace.”
The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be co-hosted by Canada, USA and México.
Pulse Sports and Entertainment’s client roster currently includes: Everton FC, Futbol de Primera, Club Tigres UANL, Ultra Music Festival, Balling on the Beach