Ambitious company welcomes Jo Redfern, Danielle Davies and Anthea Morrissey to strengthen brand, content and creative areas.
Sutikki has further strengthened its leadership team, welcoming three high profile new hires.
The trio joins the ambitious company as it is looking to accelerate the growth of its brand portfolio. It is also planning to make substantial investment in new acquisitions and creative opportunities throughout 2021 and beyond.
Jo Redfern (above right) has been named as Sutikki’s global brand director and will be charged with leading the brand development function across the globe.
Jo has more than two decades of experience in kids’ TV and entertainment properties, having held roles at BBC Children’s & Education, The Walt Disney Company and WWE.
Meanwhile, Danielle Davies (above centre) joins as global content strategy and partnerships director.
Danielle brings with her a wealth of experience from her time as vp kids content partnership and revenues for Discovery Kids, along with positions at the BBC and Viacom.
Finally, Anthea Morrissey (above left) has been named as global creative and product development director.
Anthea’s career includes roles at Walker Books, HIT Entertainment, Warner Bros., NBC Universal and eOne where she set up the creative function and worked globally across consumer products, publishing, live events and themed attractions.
The new hires follows the announcement late last year regarding the appointment of Hannah Mungo as ceo and Simon Philips as Sutikki’s newest board member, alongside Frank Patterson, Brett Coker, Jim Garrett and Scott Greenberg.
“I am delighted to welcome Jo, Anthea and Danielle to the Sutikki leadership team,” commented Hannah. “They are all hugely accomplished professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge based upon their experience of shaping the success of some of the most prolific entertainment franchises of all time.
“I’m excited that they have recognised the ambition and potential of Sutikki and look forward to combining all of our respective talents to drive the company forward to what I’m sure will be a very bright future.”