Three new hires have been named at Flowhaven

License Global

May 8, 2021

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Licensing Relationship Management (LRM) platform Flowhaven has announced it has strengthened its U.S. sales team with new leadership hires. Adam Christensen has joined the company as U.S. sales director, and Chris Davlin and Rebecca Dennis as U.S. sales managers. These new additions will report directly to Jessica Trinca, U.S. general manager.

Christensen brings more than 15 years of sales and operations experience to Flowhaven. As U.S. sales director, he will be responsible for the company's national sales strategy and execution. Most recently, he served as director of alliances and partner sales at Claravine, where he led the company's strategic channel efforts. Previously, he was senior licensing business development manager at Electronic Arts, managing the company's strategic brand licensing initiatives. There, Christensen closed seven-figure partnerships with household brands such as Walmart, Toys-R-Us, Barnes & Noble, GameStop, Target, Liverpool and others. Previous roles included Disney Interactive, among other positions.

As U.S. sales manager, Dennis will be responsible for scaling revenue operations across the Western United States. Prior to joining Flowhaven, she held several positions at Global Licensing Group, a division of Informa, with a focus on License Global magazine. She also worked on the company's Licensing Expo and Brand Licensing Europe events. Prior to joining Flowhaven, Dennis spent nearly a decade in sales and revenue operations within the fashion industry.

Davlin will oversee the brand's continued growth across the Eastern United States, with a focus on New York City, where Flowhaven plans to open offices by end of year. Her responsibilities will include synergizing the company's sales efforts with centralized marketing support to deliver curated content to experts in the licensing space. Previously, Davlin held a number of sales roles at such companies as Hint and ran her own licensing and business development consultancy. She also held licensing roles at prominent brands, including Lucasfilm for Disney Consumer Products, where she acted as project manager for Star Wars Day 2014. There, she successfully executed May the 4th campaign, performed all preparation for Disney Consumer Products division, and doubled Star Wars Day social media presence by exceeding 2.1B impressions and 1.1M global posts.

“Hiring the best and brightest leaders has always been core to our company's success – and Adam, Chris and Rebecca are the perfect example.” said Kalle Torma, Flowhaven. "Not only do they have proven expertise leading teams at companies like Electronic Arts, Disney and Lucasfilm; they also embody Flowhaven's values of collaboration, community and trust. Their contributions will be key for us as we continue to innovate and expand globally."

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