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CPLG welcomes Anna Reyburn

Former Egmont exec joins agency as international publishing manager.

CPLG has further strengthened its London-based team, appointing Anna Reyburn as its new international publishing manager.

Anna joins the agency from Egmont Publishing, where she spent the past two years as publishing in the magazine division, managing eight titles including Thomas & Friends, Barbie and Bing. She also launched the Paw Patrol magazine.

Anna also enjoyed a spell in the acquisitions team at Egmont, as well as working at BBC Worldwide.

In her new role at CPLG, she will be responsible for driving business development in the pan-European publishing sector. Her initial emphasis will be on The Deep, Teletubbies, In the Night Garden, Twirlywoos, Care Bears, Sesame Street and the RFU.

“I’m thrilled to be joining CPLG at such an exciting time,” said Anna. “I’m looking forward to applying my experience to develop and grow the publishing business across the portfolio.”

Stephen Gould, md of CPLG UK, added: “We are delighted to welcome Anna to our London-based team. Anna brings a wealth of licensing experience and expert publishing knowledge, which will prove invaluable to CPLG as we continue to grow and expand our business and agency roster.”

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