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Art + Science International appoints Verity Groom

Published on: 5th November 2019

Company bolsters its team with the appointment of Verity Groom as international sales and marketing manager.

Verity will be responsible for increasing international sales opportunities and managing partnerships, as well as raising brand awareness for a number of Art + Science International’s key brands including Bling2o, Breakdown Plastic, Sindy and Action Man.

Verity brings with her over 10 years marketing experience, having worked at Flair Leisure Products on its Girls, Pre-school and Creative Play brands. Prior to this, she worked at Aurora World in the marketing and product development team.

It’s an exciting time to be joining the Art + Science team, according to the company; next year will see the arrival of significant new lines across the brand’s portfolio including the relaunch of the much loved Sindy doll, the new Action Man collection, and new innovative designs for swim accessory brand Bling2o.

Verity said: “I’m really looking forward to the variety of projects that I am going to be working on at Art + Science International and I am excited to be focused on the growth and development of some great brands. My new role will see me building retail distribution across the UK, managing existing relationships with appointed distributors and securing new partners in new markets. I will also be working on exciting and innovative marketing campaigns and am especially looking forward to attending key international trade events.”

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