Andrew Welch is looking for a new opportunity

Published on: 6th April 2020

Andrew is available for a permanent or freelance position in marketing, product development or sales.

Andrew Welch

With over 15 years experience in the toy and licensing industry, Andrew Welch is available to take up any new opportunities with immediate effect.

Andrew’s main background is in marketing, product development and branding, having worked at Vivid, Flair, Bandai, VTech and most recently at Creative Toys Company as head of marketing.

At Creative Toys Company, Andrew looked after the marketing strategy of the SoccerStarz mini football figure brand and the collectible Christmas-themed, licensed mini-figure range Team Rudolph. He has worked on branded sponsorship and TV campaigns, digital strategies, securing and managing key retail accounts and developed a toy range from concept through to final production.

At Bandai, Andrew looked after marketing activities for Power Rangers and Ben 10. As well as this, Andrew developed brand new lines for the Ben 10 master toy range including figures, vehicles and role-play items – a first for the Bandai UK office.

Andrew is located in Surrey and is ideally looking for work in the South East/London area. Having spent over five years at Creative, Andrew is looking for a new challenge and opportunity to take his career to the next level and is seeking either a permanent position or freelance contract. He is happy to consider short term contract work.

Interested parties should get in touch with Andrew directly on email or call on 07585 877534.


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