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Turner seeking licensing interns

12-month Licensing Internship is part of Early Careers Programme and runs from July.

Turner is looking to attract new blood into the licensing industry, with the company seeking two candidates for dedicated licensing internships, one commercial and one creative.

The 12-month placements are part of Turner’s Early Careers Programme and run from July 2018 to July 2019.

The internships are primarily aimed at recent graduates or current undergraduates and will give the two successful candidates invaluable hands on experience in a busy media organisation.

Working as part of Turner EMEA’s Cartoon Network Enterprises team, they will be involved in many key aspects of the job, including helping to organise and conduct licensee days, trade events and retail activations.

They will also gain useful knowledge in the ‘nuts and bolts’ of licensing, through hands-on experience of generating creative briefs, fulfilling competition prizes, chasing royalty reports and creating presentations.

Talking to The Source about the internships, Graham Saltmarsh, Turner’s director of licensing, UK & Nordics said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to encourage new blood into our industry and give them hands-on experience from day one.

“Licensing is such a huge and diverse business, and we’re excited to be offering the chance for two new people to come on board see how impactful it really is.”

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