The addition of the U.S. and Singapore operation grows ARTiSTORY’s global presence, which now covers markets across Asia and Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as America.
In conjunction with the expansion, Anna Stein joins ARTiSTORY as country manager and business development director for North America. Stein has a background in art history and previously worked in global licensing for more than 15 years. She has worked for major studios such as Nickelodeon and Twentieth Century Fox, as well as on the manufacturing and agency sides of licensing.
“I am really impressed by the licensing model that ARTiSTORY has created and excited to work with new partners with this innovativecompany,” says Stein.
With Alicia Chen joining the Singapore office as country manager and business development director, where she will work closely with the U.K. and U.S. offices to develop Southeast Asia and Oceania markets. Having more than 12 years of business development experience in B2B and B2C environments with C-level decision makers and national consulates across Asia markets, enhanced with Master of Science qualification in Marketing, Alicia has been focusing on lifestyle and FMCG-related sectors.
“I am delighted to be joining the team and looking forward to working together with the international team closely,” says Chen.
“We are thrilled to see both Anna and Alicia bring a vast array of resources to the international team,” says Yizan He, co-founder, ARTiSTORY. “Together with these talents, we are ambitious to become a strong voice in the cultural enterprising scene across the globe.”
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