Acamar Films welcomes four new members as Bing continues to grow globally

Acamar Films has welcomed four new members to the team as the company reports continued growth of its pre-school series, Bing.

Natalie Harvey has been appointed as head of global licensing, Joe Rosen as content producer, Lauren Rooney as marketing executive and Janna Kirkby as licensing coordinator.

With over 20 years of industry experience, Harvey joins in the newly created role of head of global licensing, reporting to Sandra Vauthier-Cellier, CCO. She will be responsible for the global management and sales development of consumer product lines across all categories for Bing.

Most recently, Harvey worked as retail and marketing director, UK at CPLG, working on some of the biggest titles in pre-school including Sesame Street, Teletubbies and In the Night Garden.

As part of Acamar’s content development strategy, Joe Rosen has joined as content producer to bring new Bing content to the firm’s growing global audience across a range of platforms.

In previous roles, Rosen has directed and produced children’s content for LEGO, Bloomsbury, Scholastic and Walker Books as well as broadcast content for the BBC, Channel 4 and MTV.

Lauren Rooney joins the team as marketing executive, following a year at eOne Entertainment and Janna Kirkby as licensing coordinator, havig most recently worked at Hasbro.

CEO Vauthier-Cellier, said: “We are very pleased to have Natalie, Joe, Lauren and Janne join our global team, They bring a wealth of experience to the company as we accelerate our international expansion.”

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