Our Team

Leadership Team

Jacob Osborne, CEO

Jacob co-founded and manages Prosper Digital, a successful digital agency, and has experience operating an NRL licence in a previous role. He will bring extensive digital experience to Sport Moments.

Julius Schoenfeld, CFO

Julius is an experienced CFO, having worked with numerous start-ups and SMEs such as Prosper Digital. He will bring extensive start-up and financial experience to Sport Moments.

Amarsh Anand, CTO

Amarsh's Masters degree focused on blockchain communication. Having worked with Service NSW, Transport NSW and CBA, he will bring an in-depth knowledge of blockchain to Sport Moments.

Advisory Board

Stephen Younane

Stephen spent the first 12 year of his career at Myer. He then opened Nike's first Niketown concept store outside North America in Melbourne in 1998. Vounane became General Manager of Sunglass Hut, and oversaw the launch brand's Hong Kong launch. He was CEO of Jeanswest for five years before leaving to start his own company, Retail Prodigy Group (RPG), in 2011.

Franc Renzi

Franc was General Manager of Business Development at Jeanswest Australia, driving unprecedented growth in e-commerce and international retail expansion. Prior to Jeanswest Australia, Franc was General Manager of Pepe Jeans in the Australian market. Franc then moved to RPG, where he is the General Manager.

Dr Lie M. Tang

Dr Lie M. Tang holds a PhD in Computer Science. Since 2014, he has developed a passion for cryptocurrency, decentralised finance and the application of blockchain technologies.

David S. Miller

David S. Miller is the principal owner of iconic company Zone Properties, a major licensee to a number of licensors, including Disney, through the 19905. In 1999, he formed Team Zone, inventing and patenting the first-ever interactive sports game cards for the AFL. With over 20 million packs sold, Team Zone maintains a commitment to growing the AFL collectable game card category by creating unique subset card offerings each year.

Michael Schoenfeld

Michael commenced his accounting career with PwC before establishing his own practice, which was sold in 2005. Since then, Michael has specialised in advising on business management, taxation, risk and governance. He chairs, and is a member of, a number of client and not-for-profit boards and advisory boards.