Wednesday 23rd March 2016

New Creative moves at Copyrights

Copyrights is delighted to announce the promotion of Demi Patel to the newly created role of Director of Creative Services. Demi returns to Copyrights three days a week and will oversee all creative and product development for The Copyrights Group including new asset management and style guide development.

Demi will be supported by Lisa Carroll, who moves into a permanent role with Copyrights four days a week, as Head of Product Development, and will be responsible for delivering high quality, innovative product that adheres to brand values.

Demi joined Copyrights in 2013 as Head of Product Development having moved from Zodiak Rights, where she ran their Creative Services team for over 5 years. Prior to Zodiak, Demi held creative positions at BBC Worldwide where she was responsible for launching the hugely successful In the Night Garden.  Demi began her career at ITV working across a broad portfolio of brands including Thunderbirds, Pocoyo, I'm A Celebrity, The Catherine Tate Show and Little Britain.

Lisa joined Copyrights in 2015 as a maternity cover and brings with her a wealth of experience across product development and design management having worked at BBC Worldwide, Discovery Communications and Nickelodeon. Lisa has developed product for many iconic brands including Top Gear, Teletubbies, Animal Planet, MTV and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles during her eighteen years in the licensing industry.

Linda Pooley, Creative Director of Copyrights Group said:  It's great to have Demi back and together with Lisa we have a very strong approvals team committed to working with our Licensees to develop great products for our Brands

 

 

 

 

 

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