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Vickie is a well-known and respected figure in the licensing industry. Vickie started Rockpool Licensing in 2014 and has managed some of the most successful consumer products programmes in Entertainment, Sport and Brands. Rockpool proudly represents Super Wings, from Alpha Group, The Baby Club from Three Arrows, Becca’s Bunch from Jam Media, the classic children’s literary property Brambly Hedge, Gold’s Gym and the esteemed Jim Henson Company. She also consults for other agents and brand owners.
Vickie joined CPLG in 2002 as one of the first retail specialists in UK licensing and was MD of CPLG UK for a decade where she was able to leverage her experience and relationships from former roles; running Trade Marketing at Hasbro UK and Advertising and Promotions for the Entertainment Division of Woolworths Plc.
Vickie’s experience as agent, licensee and retailer, gives her a rare and valuable perspective on the business of licensing.
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