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The Source jobs board: TSBA Group

Sports and brands licensing agency, TSBA Group is looking to hire a new licensing manager.

Reporting to the head of global licensing, the successful candidate will be ‘experienced, sales-focused and determined’. They will help grow global sales for TSBA’s roster of clients including Transport for London, the National Portrait Gallery, the Natural History Museum and The Open.

Working in a fast-paced environment, the role works with licensees, brands and retailers to negotiate and manage innovative, relevant, product and collaboration deals to propel the licensing programmes of the agency’s licensor portfolio. It will involve travel from time to time within the UK and overseas.

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

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