NYC Licensing Summit to Feature 19 ‘Power' SpeakersNYC Licensing Summit to Feature 19 ‘Power' Speakers
An impressive lineup of high-level executives from a cross section of major companies will share their insights on the factors driving the future of the global licensing sector at the first NYC Summit: The Business of Brand Licensing.
April 6, 2018
Inaugural conference features a slate of top-tier licensor, merchandising and retail executives.
An impressive lineup of high-level executives from a cross section of major companies will share their insights on the factors driving the future of the global licensing sector at the first NYC Summit: The Business of Brand Licensing, being held March 1 and 2 at the Marriott Downtown in New York City. The list includes executives from the apparel, sports, entertainment and agency segments.
Among the thought leaders slated to participate are (in alphabetical order by company):
Jamie Salter, chairman and chief executive officer, Authentic Brands Group
Michael Stone, chairman, Beanstalk
Adina Avery-Grossman, partner, Brandgenuity
Henry Stupp, chief executive officer, Cherokee Global Brands Group
Jim Fielding, global head of consumer products and retail, DreamWorks Animation and AwesomenessTV
Dow Famulak, president and chief operating officer, Global Brands Group
Simon Waters, general manager and senior vice president, entertainment and licensing, Hasbro
Cindy Levitt, senior vice president, merchandising and marketing, Hot Topic
Debra Joester, president, The Joester Loria Group
Rob Millman, vice president, business development, GMG, National Basketball Association
Natara Holloway, vice president of licensing, National Football League
Steve Scebelo, vice president of licensing and business development, National Football League Players Inc.
Pam Kaufman, chief marketing officer and president, consumer products, Nickelodeon
Stu Seltzer, president, The Seltzer Licensing Group
Yehuda Shmidman, chief executive officer, Sequential Brands Group
Gaye Dean, group manager, Target Stores
Eric Beder, managing director, Wunderlich Securities
Benjamin Grubbs, global head of top creators, YouTube
Marty Brochstein, senior vice president, industry relations and information, LIMA
This exclusive gathering of some of the industry's foremost executives offers a truly unique chance to network and learn from the executives that are shaping the licensing sector.
Among the topics that will be explored during the two-day event are How Brand Management Companies are Driving the New Licensing Models; Brand Value: The Wall Street Viewpoint; and Entertainment Licensing: The Value of Franchise Development as well as a series of forums featuring focusing in licensing agencies, sports licensing and retail.
Registration is limited for this intimate networking and educational event, which will take place March 1 and 2 at the New York Marriott Downtown.
The NYC Summit: The Business of Brand Licensing is being developed by License! Global magazine in partnership with UBM Americas (organizers of Licensing Expo and Brand Licensing Europe) and the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association.
Visit www.LicenseMag.com/NYC-Summit for details and to register.
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