Cyber Group Studios has hired four new executives for its licensing, media sales, digital and marketing departments.
The new hires will work out of Cyber Group Studios’ Paris and Los Angeles offices. New hires include:
- Bruno Danzel d’Aumont, international licensing and marketing, vice president;
- Esther Kim, coordinator, consumer initiatives;
- Mickael Frison, senior digital manager; and
- Jessica Laloum, international sales executive.
“I am extremely pleased to welcome and promote so many talents into our company,at a time when our growth, challenges and opportunities in developing creations and brands are unique,” says Pierre Sissmann, chairman and chief executive, Cyber Group Studios. “I know that they will contribute to Cyber Group’s culture with their various experiences to enable us collectively to forge new grounds. I wish all of them the best moving forward.”
Kim joins the firm having previously served as licensing coordinator at Pinkfong USA, while d’Aumont comes to Cyber Group Studios from the Walt Disney Company, where he worked for 17 years as director of licensing and consumer products for EMEA. Frison comes to Cyber Group Studios having previously served as social media manager for Europe. Laloum joins the team after three years serving as sales manager at Glance.
Along with the new hires, Gaelle Cotton has been promoted to the newly created position of manager, creative services. She previously held the position of creative artist for the licensing marketing division at Cyber Group Studios.
All the hiring news comes as Cyber Group Studios continues to see success from its popular “Gigantosaurus” animated preschool series. The IP recently received a slate of licensees in the fashion and softlines categories last year.