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Difuzed strengthens sales team with new hire

Difuzed has further strengthened its sales team ahead of the New Year.

Marta Granell (pictured) has joined the ambitious company as country manager for France and Spain. Marta is an EMEA licensing expert in gaming and entertainment, coming from a strong background at companies including Disney, Warner Bros. and Activision.

Marta commented: “After some experiences in big top licensing companies, I am thrilled to join the Difuzed family. I feel that we have endless possibilities, and I am sure that with such a talented team we will be able to provide best in class service to our partners.”

Rob Zwanenberg, cco at Difuzed, added: “We are so happy that Marta joined Difuzed – because of her experience but most of all because she fits in our DNA of being entrepreneurial, creative and fun to work.”

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