Elias Fasja-Cohen of Tycoon Enterprises, Brian Goldner of Hasbro will be inducted this May at Licensing Expo.
Elias Fasja-Cohen, chief executive officer and Founder of Tycoon Enterprises, and Brian Goldner, Chairman and chief executive officer of Hasbro will be honored at the annual LIMA Awards Ceremony, May 22, during Licensing Expo 2018, in Las Vegas, Nev.
As chief operating officer and founder of Tycoon Entertainment Fasja-Cohen has developed on the leading licensing agencies in Latin America for more than 28 years. In 1990, Mr. Fasja-Cohen co-founded Tycoon Enterprises, professionalizing the licensing business in Mexico and opening the doors of the Mexican market to major licensors, including 20th Century Fox, Cartoon Network, Major League Baseball, Mattel, National Football League, and Nickelodeon, among others. Under Mr. Fasja-Cohen’s leadership, expanded the licensing business and introduced licensing education into territories including Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Brazil. A large number of Tycoon alumni have gone on to become an important part of the licensing industry in Mexico.
Brian Goldner is regarded as a pioneer at Hasbro’s where he helped to develop the company’s entertainment and omni-channel storytelling. He has served as an executive producer on a number of films based on Hasbro brands, including the Transformer films and My Little Pony: The Movie”. Under his leadership, Hasbro has expanded its presence across categories including high-end fashion, location-based entertainment, music, publishing, and consumer products.
The Company was awarded the No. 6 spot on
Top 150 list in April 2017.
“LIMA is proud to honor these two outstanding game-changers in our industry who have lead their respective companies to exceptional levels of licensing excellence,” said Charles Riotto, president, LIMA. “Elias is a legend in the Latin American licensing community, and Brian a visionary and innovator who transformed Hasbro’s business and created an indelible impact on licensing. We are thrilled to have them join the Licensing Hall of Fame.”
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