IMC Hires Miron
IMC Licensing has named Diego Miron as global licensing director. Miron has an entrepreneurial business development background with experience in medium-size companies requiring growth in foreign markets. He is an owner of a private equity company focused on early- and medium-stage companies requiring international expansion. Previously, he spent 10 years at Intel where he held several management positions in the area of pricing, product management, and marketing focusing on emerging markets.
He can be reached at email@example.com.
Novel Entertainment Hires Henwood
The UK’s Novel Entertainment, producers of children’s programming such as Horrid Henry, Fimbles, The Roly Mo Show, Rockit’s Pocket, and Ping & Pong, has appointed Kelly Henwood as children’s brand manager to lead the future development of its TV properties.
She joins the company with five years experience in consumer products, marketing, and licensing. Most recently Henwood was licensing and marketing manager at Oxford Limited, a subsidiary of the University of Oxford, where she managed the global brand licensing program.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.