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Rosalind Nowicki has been appointed executive vp, global sales and retail, for Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
She will report to the division’s president Jeffrey Godsick.
Nowicki will have oversight of licensing sales and retail programs on a global scale. She will also manage the London office for the divisions.
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Godsick called her appointment a step in expanding Fox’s worldwide strategy. Among the titles for whom she will be doing licensing are Ice Age, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Avatar, Sons of Anarchy, The Simpsons and Fox Sports.
“Roz is a top executive in this field with experience in all areas of licensing, ranging from licensor to retail to brand development,” said Godsick. “She is both a creative and strategic thinker, and brings strong senior-level relationships to this role. With her expertise, she will be instrumental in continuing to grow our business.”
Nowicki spent the last 11 years as executive vp for global marketing & licensing for 4Kids Entertainment, where she helped introduce the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand, achieving over $4 billion at retail.
Prior to 4Kids, she was a vp of softlines licensing at Universal Studios helping sell Jurassic Park, among other properties. Before that she held positions at Guess And Disney.
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