Juan Urdangarin, the discreet eldest son of Infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin, has a new job.
Although little is known about the young man’s life, now the Spanish press reported that he has been spotted in Sardinia, Italy for a work trip with the company Extreme E.
This company is dedicated to promoting the use of electric vehicles, values that fit perfectly with Juan’s taste for social causes.
Juan Urdangarin’s new job
The media reports that the young man, 23 years old, has been working for the company for almost a year and whose headquarters are located in London, where he settled permanently to fulfill his work obligations.
Juan finished his degree in International Relations at the University of Sussex and looked for work in areas related to his studies and, above all, to his affinity for social causes, which is why he was attracted to the company where he now works.
The young man was in Italy to work as a production assistant for the celebration of the Formula E Grand Prix (the green version of Formula 1).
Although it is undeniable that his position has made things easier for him, Vanitatis magazine reports that the idea is for Juan to “start from the bottom” to become aware of the responsibilities that a job holds.
It is clear that he is facing a great opportunity for professional development.
Having grown up in a family of Spanish royalty and carrying the weight of the Urdangarin surname, he now faces an exciting and fresh challenge abroad.
The news of Juan’s job comes a few days after Irene, his sister, also started a new job.
Irene had been forced to work in a hotel to gain experience for her new stage at the prestigious École Hôtelière de Lausanne University in Switzerland, where she wants to study hotel business management.