Russian licensing agency CPLG Pullman has appointed Oleg Zemskov to the newly created role of Director of Licensing Sales and Retail, effective immediately.
Prior to joining CPLG Pullman, Oleg held the role of Deputy Director of licensing for international projects at Marmalade Media, one of Russia’s leading licensing agencies specializing in animation.
Oleg will report to Anna Artyukhova, who was appointed CPLG Pullman's Commercial Director in December 2018.
“Oleg is a first-class manager, with the deepest market expertise and unique experience in building partnerships,” says Anna. “I am confident his strong background in product licensing, as well as his deep knowledge of the industry, will be valuable assets for our clients and the growth of our business.”
CPLG Pullman was formed in October 2018, when leading global licensing agency CPLG acquired a 49 per cent stake in Pullman Licensing, a top Russian agency originally founded in 2015 as part of Trading House Gulliver and Co., one of Russia’s premier toy and clothing manufacturers and distributors.
CPLG Pullman represents international licensors in Russia, the CIS and Baltic countries, including Viacom Nickelodeon, Paramount Licensing, SEGA, and emoji.