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High profile licensing industry execs Gustavo Antonioni and Natasha Dyson join firm.
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Former Mattel and Nickelodeon exec becomes head of merchandising for UK business.
Sean Gorman promoted from VP of entertainment production and development.
Former CPLG and Zeon exec Stephen Mills takes interim role of licensing manager.
Ink executive and head of legal passes away after a battle with cancer.
Former Jakks Pacific exec Carl England joins Matt Hatter owner.
Global acquisitions and international programming new hires bolster network.
Steps up to acquisitions and new business manager.
Media and entertainment industry exec and existing board director Rod Henwood takes on role.
Spanish firm appoints Elena Mera Dios to role.
Former London 2012 man becomes licensing director at costume jewellery and hair accessories firm.
Experienced toy industry exec Alex Kovacevic joins firm.
Firm looking to increase brand awareness and drive product sales across relevant platforms.
Emily Whinnett joins kids' production company as head of development.
Edward Barnieh will look to "secure rights to the most engaging content in the region".
Ryan Beaird takes over from Saphia Maxamed at the trade body.
Newly created sales director position bolsters firm; role will also cover publishing strategy.
E-commerce platform grows marketing, product management and sales teams.
Hina Sanghrajka was previously licensing executive at LOCOG.
Former BBC, Dreamworks and Coca-Cola exec takes interim role of head of licensing.
Amy Gregitis joins mascot costumes manufacturer and children's character events firm.
Trio of newcomers, plus two internal promotions boost agency.
Charlotte Wallace bolsters licensing agency; will work on brands including Miffy and Boofle.
Former Spotify exec Gerrit Meier to grow brand and business outside of the US.
Brand and marketing team expanded with significant new hires.
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