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The Source jobs board: Magic Light Pictures

Magic Light Pictures is looking to grow its licensing team with the appointment of a licensing executive.

The successful candidate will report to the licensing manager and will work closely to deliver the commercial aims of the licensing division.

The role will include tasks in the following areas – day to day account management of certain licensees; identifying and appointing new licensees in certain categories; contract and royalty administration; producing brand presentations; creating and delivering licensee updates both electronically and in-person; and working closely with the product development and marketing teams to ensure smooth running of licensing.

For full details – and to apply – simply click on this link.

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