Cyber Group Studios, the leading European animated entertainment company, extends its family of talents by hiring four new seasoned executives for its Licensing, Media Sales, Digital and Marketing departments both in Paris and Los Angeles, aiming to increase its presence in international markets and develop new brands.

 

Bruno Danzel d’Aumont, former Director of Licensing and Consumer Products EMEA for 17 years at the Walt Disney Company, has been appointed as International Licensing & Marketing Vice President. Based in the Paris office, he will manage the licensing and marketing departments. As a licensing and marketing specialist, he joins Cyber Group Studios at a time when these business sectors are at the heart of the company’s current and future interests. The company’s licensing division is developing a strong global program for its HIT property Gigantosaurus and many other intellectual properties of its catalogue such as Droners, Taffy, and ZOU. Bruno will report to Pierre Sissmann, Chairman and CEO of Cyber Group Studios.

 

Esther Kim joins the company in a newly created position as Coordinator, Consumer Initiatives for Cyber Group Studios USA LLC. She will report to Richard Goldsmith, President and CEO Cyber Group Studios USA LLC, and work closely with Bruno Danzel d’Aumont in Paris, strengthening Cyber Group Studios’ marketing and licensing operations worldwide. Before joining the company, Esther was a Licensing Coordinator at Pinkfong USA, where she managed multiple licensees for their “Baby Shark” brand and distributed their digital content.