Bladez Toyz takes on trio of new hires

Published on: 15th December 2021

Bladez Toyz is excited to announce the appointment of three new team members as the company looks forward to further growth in 2022.

The company has welcomed Nikki Janowski as national account manager, George Leeson as assistant designer and Emily O’Donnell as QA administrator to its growing team.

Nikki brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience working within the gift, licensed gift, homewares and toy industries, with a strong sales background. Nikki said she was “extremely pleased” to re-join the toy and licensing industry. “I’m looking forward to working with the exciting and innovative licensed brand portfolio, helping further develop the already fast-growing business of Bladez Toyz at this exciting time,” she commented.

George joins the team following his graduation in 2021 with a 1st Class Honours Degree in industrial design. He brings with him experience of the gift industry, having spent his placement year working on ranges of licenced products. George said: “I have always loved the toy industry and am very excited to join Bladez and further develop my skills.”

Emily has a wealth of experience working in childcare for 10 years, gaining a good knowledge on risks, hazards and the importance of quality checking, leading her onto her previous QA role working within the oil industry alongside engineers working on large projects for clients. Emily added that she too is “very excited to join the toy industry and Bladez Toyz.”

Speaking of the appointments, Iain Morgan, CEO for Bladez Toyz, commented: “I am delighted to welcome the trio on board. As Nikki, George and Emily join Bladez Toyz, the company is looking forward to another incredible year ahead.”



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