From left: Gary Aigner, Scott Flynn, Rich Rooney

PlayMonster announces new senior leadership team

Tim Kilpin, CEO of PlayMonster – the company behind Spirograph, Colorforms and 5 Second Rule – has announced a global organisational structure that aims to unify the company’s mission around the world.

Signalling a move towards unified initiatives and planning as one global company, PlayMonster’s Global Executive team will now include: Gary Aigner, responsible for Global Design as PlayMonster’s Chief Design Officer; Rich Rooney, responsible for Global Operations as PlayMonster’s Chief Operations and Logistics Officer, and Scott Flynn, responsible for Global Sales as PlayMonster’s Chief Commercial Officer.

The news comes after PlayMonster announced a significant capital injection from global private equity firms Adams Street Partners and H.I.G Capital and the promotion of tenured industry leader Tim Kilpin to the role of CEO.

“We are stronger than ever as a global company, and we’re pleased with the opportunities ahead of us as we prepare to roll out our 2022 initiatives around the world,” says Tim Kilpin. “We have great unity as an organisation, as demonstrated by the strength of our senior leadership team, who are respected authorities in their departments and bring incredible strategic insights to our mandate as a global company.”

For more information about PlayMonster, visit www.playmonster.com.

About Tessa Clayton

A former Chief Sub of Red magazine, Tessa Clayton is the Digital Editor of Licensing.biz and ToyNews. As a freelance journalist she specialised in writing about parenting and family life, and has contributed to a wide variety of publications and websites including Tesco online, Mother & Baby, Livingetc, Junior, Boots Health & Beauty, Practical Parenting and babycentre.co.uk. Get in touch at tessa.clayton@biz-media.co.uk

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