MY LIFE IN LICENSING: Andrew Maconie

By Helen Jacobs

June 11th 2008 at 9:34AM
MY LIFE IN LICENSING: Andrew Maconie

The boss of LMI talks us through his 30-year career in the licensing industry...

At the end of the 1960s, when Tony Jacklin had won the British Open, Jackie Stewart the F1 World Championship and Rod Laver Wimbledon, Maconie co-founded a licensing firm, IMG, with Martyn Sorrell, and represented the licensing interests for Mark McCormack's sports personalities in Europe.

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