WildBrain CPLG is closing out January with a pair of executive moves.
Rebecca Morris returns to WildBrain CPLG in the newly created role of client services director. In her new role, she will head the rebranded client services team, previously known as the business development team at WildBrain’s London headquarters.
The team includes Gaby Dior, senior client services manager; May Chiem, client services executive; and the recently appointed Ellie-Rose Cousins, who joined earlier this month as client services executive. Together, the group focuses on managing licensor relations, centralizing sales and marketing information, and streamlining processes between licensors and WildBrain CPLG’s 14 regional offices. Morris previously served as director of product development and brand assurance for three years.
Sophie Bloomfield has been promoted to head of creative services. In her new role, Bloomfield will lead the team, which is responsible for all aspects of the WildBrain CPLG branding, style guide direction and development, trend reports, trade marketing, creative strategy, and look books in addition to creative pitches to licensees and retailers. Bloomfield previously served as design manager.
WildBrain CPLG maintains licensing offices in the U.S., the UK, Benelux, Nordics, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Greece, Turkey, Russia, and the Middle East.