Golden Goose has welcomed a trio of experienced licensing professionals to the team as Valerie Fry, Tina-Louise Foster, and Helen Webster take up roles to help the licensing agency develop programmes for its growing client list.
Both Fry and Foster will drive the licensing programmes surrounding Shepperton Design Studio’s Original Stormtrooper abnd Bauer’s Mother & Baby, while Webster will be helping to develop the Tusk Trust and English Heritage licensing programmes.
Each new team member boasts a wealth of licensing industry experience and expertise across the entertainment, lifestyle, home, and interiors sector. Nimbus Nine founder, Foster has worked across the likes of LOL Surprise, DreamWorks, and Warner Bros, while Fryday Brands founder, Fry has worked with Ryan’s World and Thomas the Tank Engine.
Strategic Brand Licensing founder, Webster has previously worked with Sanderson, Scion Living and The Original Morris & Co. Each joins the team to provide an excellent understanding and network of connections.
Adam Bass, director of Golden Goose, said: “With these three additions to the team we have massively increased our experience and professionalism. We know our client’s programmes will benefit from Tina-Louise, Valerie and Helen’s invaluable knowledge and licensing expertise.”
Valerie Fry, said: “The Original Stormtrooper has seen real market beating growth during lockdown.”
Webster added: “Home decoration and gardening are massively growing categories and we want to add the weight and influence of these fantastic brands.”
Finally, Foster concluded: “We look forward to taking Golden Goose client’s licensing programmes from strength to strength.”