The 28-year-old has returned to the club after a loan spell at FC Nordsjaelland, battling a foot injury aggravated at the end of last season, which saw him undergo surgery.
He has used his spell away from playing to devote a little more time to his separate venture, Visionary.
Marcondes helped found the multinational brand in 2022, designed to try to help professional athletes think more about their lives outside of competition.
Explaining the project, Marcondes told the Daily Echo: “With Visionary it’s about growing the player off the pitch.
“We want to build something called Visionary Travels and Visionary Athletes as well, where we want to build that identity off the field and make footballers aware that life is bigger than being a football player.
“That can help players both on and off the field, when you’re injured, when you’re not playing, the coach puts you on the bench, or who you are when you stop the run.”
He added: “We’ve created a workshop at Visionary for you to go through this and have some mentors with you along the way who can help you learn something about yourself and help you explore other passions outside of football.
“And you also start to brand yourself better, through social networks but also in how you present yourself to different people. That’s something we want to do with Visionary.”
Marcondes is no stranger to projects outside of being a professional footballer.
The Dane recently helped raise more than £12,000 for Uganda’s El Cambio Academy with his ShirtsForChange campaign, auctioning used match shirts he had collected from his teammates.
He also works with Right To Dream Academy, which helps children in Ghana.
Marcondes has made 24 appearances for the Cherries, scoring seven goals and helping them to promotion to the Championship, since joining on a free transfer from Brentford in the summer of 2021.