LICENSING NEWS

Rockpool Licensing teams up with Nimbus Nine

Published on: 1st May 2018

Tina-Louise Foster, founder of new consultancy Nimbus Nine, teams up with Vickie O’Malley at Rockpool Licensing.

Tina-Louise recently left her role at MGA as senior director international licensing EMEA, was previously head of EMEA licensing and promotions at DreamWorks and global brands director at Celador. With her new consultancy, Nimbus Nine, Tina-Louise is set to bring her expertise and network to support Rockpool as her first client.

Vickie O’Malley, MD Rockpool Licensing, commented: “I’ve known Tina-Louise professionally and personally for many years as an outstanding licensing talent and friend. I am very proud to be Nimbus Nine’s first client and excited about the prospect of working together in our own ventures. She’ll be helping to make and take meetings for Rockpool in Las Vegas and her experience and network will be hugely helpful to us as we look ahead to a bumper 2018.”

Tina-Louise added: “Nimbus Nine Consulting is all about working with positive ethics, great people on great projects to achieve rewarding results. I’m chuffed to be partnering with Vickie and we’re going to have great fun doing it!”

Rockpool Licensing was established in 2014 by Vickie O’Malley, former MD of CPLG UK. Clients include Alpha Group (Super Wings), The Jim Henson Company, WildWorks (Animal Jam), Tough Mudder, Studio Lambert, Brambly Hedge and Tractor Ted. Rockpool also provides consultancy services to rights owners and other agencies and works with Global Merchandise Services on their exciting programme for Joe Wicks, The Body Coach.

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