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March 2, 2015

Who’s News

Bob Chapek, a 22-year Disney veteran, is moving from President of Disney Consumer Products to Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, effective immediately. While DCP has yet to name a successor, insiders believe that current executive VP of global licensing has the inside track.

Kim Marie Song has been hired as National Strategic Sales Manager of MAC Group and will focus on developing the retail sales channel for the brands the company recently acquired from HP Marketing Group, including Gepe, Heliopan, Kaiser and Novoflex.

Jillianne Reinseth, the former Nerd Corps exec, replaces Laura Clunie (who is moving to Spin Master) as VP of creative affairs for eOne Family, the TV producer, distributor and licensor whose catalog of shows includes Peppa the Pig, Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom and ZakStorm.

Adam Schoff is Dubit’s new VP of digital strategy for the Asia Pacific region. Schoff, who has developed brand strategies for the kids’ market for Mattel, Disney, Nickelodeon and the Australian Football League, will operate out of Dubit’s new Melbourne, Australia office.

Licensed children’s, teen and adult toiletries firm Kokomo hires Cheryl Coombes as its national account controller for the UK. Coombes previously worked at Tesco as part of the health and beauty management team for Premium Beauty.

Karin Piscitelli is leaving City Sports to become marketing director of Jabra where she will oversee the company’s North American marketing activities. Jabra is a leading manufacturer of sports audio equipment including wireless sport earbuds that are both sweat- and weatherproof.

Retail veteran John Allan replaces Richard Broadbent as chairman of Tesco. Allan will step down from the boards of Dixons Carphone, the DHL U.K. Foundation and the Royal Mail but stay on as chairman of Barratt Developments and Worldplay.

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