Charity expands headcount with addition of licensing executive.
Animal welfare charity, the RSPCA, is continuing to grow its licensing team.
The firm has appointed Hannah Miller (pictured) to the newly created role of licensing executive. Miller will report to licensing manager, Cathy Snow.
Miller - who joins from sports development charity, Access Sport - will support the RSPCA's fast growing licensing campaign, with her remit including account administration, approvals and collecting royalties. She will also be the first point of contact for licensees and for general enquiries.
"Since its launch in 2011, the enhanced and expanded RSPCA licensing campaign has involved a huge investment in licensing literature, support and promotion," commented Snow. "This has already paid off in terms of new licensees and new sources of the funds we urgently need for preventing cruelty, promoting kindness to and alleviating the suffering of animals.
"Hannah will play a crucial role in maintaining and further building on that success. I am delighted to welcome her to the team."
Miller added: "The RSPCA is a great charity which does wonderful work helping animals. It is also a powerful brand with a high level of awareness and enormous licensing potential. I am delighted to be working in this fast growing team at such an exciting time for such a great cause."