Cyber Group Studios added four new executives to its licensing, media sales, digital, and marketing departments in Los Angeles and Paris.
“I am extremely pleased to welcome and promote so many talents into our company at a time when our growth, challenges, and opportunities in developing creations and brands are unique,” says Pierre Sissmann, chairman and CEO of Cyber Group Studios. “I know that they will contribute to Cyber Group’s culture with their various experiences to enable us collectively to forge new grounds. I wish all of them the best moving forward”
Bruno Danzel d’Aumont has been appointed as vice president of international licensing and marketing. Based in Paris, he will manage the licensing and marketing departments as the company continues to build upon the global success of its Gigantosaurus property. Danzel d’Aumont joins the company from the Walt Disney Co., where he served as director of licensing and consumer products EMEA for 17 years.
Esther Kim joins the company in the newly created position of coordinator, consumer initiatives for Cyber Group Studios USA LLC. She will work to strengthen marketing and licensing operations worldwide. Kim joins the company from Pinkfong USA, where she served as a licensing coordinator for the Baby Shark brand.
Mickael Frison joins the company from Europe 1, a leading French radio broadcaster, where he served as a social media manager for the past seven years. At Cyber Group Studios, he will lead digital operations as a senior digital manager. Frison will oversee the creation of digital-native content and will run the company’s YouTube channels.
Jessica Laloum joins Cyber Group as its international sales executive in charge of Asian and Latin American territories. Laloum most recently served as a sales manager at Glance (Mediametrie), where she provided content and channels strategy to global media professionals based in the EMEA region.
Finally, Gaelle Cotton has been promoted to the newly created position of manager creative services. Formerly a creative artist within the licensing and marketing division, Cotton is supervising Cyber Group’s brand management for series including Gigantosaurus and Atomic Animation’s The Last Kids on Earth.