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Hannah Mungo to leave NBCUniversal

Published on: 23rd June 2020

The UK and Ireland director of consumer products at NBCUniversal is moving to a new organisation.

Hannah Mungo has taken to LinkedIn to announce her departure from NBC Universal, as she takes up a new post at Sutikki.

As global brand and business growth consultant, Hannah will report into the board of directors and will be tasked with creating a growth strategy for Sutikki as a company with current and future IP. Her remit includes a particular focus on building the Moon and Me brand globally.

The post says: “One chapter ends and another begins! After nearly four years setting up the NBCUniversal Brand Development UK business, building the team and working on some amazing power brands, it’s time for the next step in my career. I’m hugely excited to announce my move to Sutikki as a Brand and Business Growth consultant which includes developing a strategy for the much-loved Moon and Me Franchise driving commercial success across the world.

Reflecting back over my years in the brand licensing sector, I have learnt so much, and the way consumers engage with brands and content is ever-changing – success is not a given but a constant journey. Amazing content with a multi-platform approach is key, along with a brand-relevant 360° consumer engagement strategy; this goes a long way to ensuring top tier status and long-term commercial success.

I’m really excited to be taking all my learnings into the future and into my project at Sutikki and look forward to connecting with all my industry friends and network in this new role. At the same time, I wish all my colleagues at NBCUniversal the very best for what is set to be a very exciting next 12 months for the business.”

Toy World would like to take this opportunity to wish Hannah all the best in her new role.

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