Outset Media appoints Sarah Winter as international sales agent

Published on: 2nd October 2019

Sarah joins Outset Media having spent 11 years working in sales for The Green Board Game Company. 

Outset Media has appointed Sarah Winter as its new international sales agent. The company is a wholesale distributor and manufacturer of board games, card games, and jigsaw puzzles to retailers across Canada and the United States. Founded in 1996 by 23-year-old university student David Manga, Outset Media was originally set up with the sole purpose of publishing and distributing a single board game: ‘All Canadian Trivia’.

After working in the mobile phone industry, Sarah joined the toy and games industry in a general sales role at The Green Board Game Company. She started  in 2008, the year that founder Gary Wyatt launched his best selling game invention BrainBox. Over the past eleven years, Sarah was instrumental in growing the brand to a multi-million internationally selling name. Now she is focused on doing the same for the Outset Media portfolio, with products like Cobble Hill and Professor Noggins. Sarah has seen The Green Board Game Company business through two successful company sales, finishing with the recent sale to Asmodee in July this year.

In her new venture at Outset Media, Sarah looks forward to working once again with the huge number of toy and game industry colleagues she has supported and befriended over the past decade.


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