WOMEN OF THE YEAR 2016: Rachael Wyatt, Cheatwell Games - ToyNews

WOMEN OF THE YEAR 2016: Rachael Wyatt, Cheatwell Games

In her eight month tenure to date, Wyatt has grown her major accounts by over 60 per cent and has "brought her unique insight to product development, sales and marketing.”
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0
0 0wyatt.png

A true one-off, Wyatt has been a roaring success since making the move from Coiledspring Games to Cheatwell Games last July.

In her eight month tenure to date, she has grown her major accounts by over 60 per cent and has, as one nominator puts it, “seamlessly integrated into a male dominated company, bringing her unique insight to product development, sales and marketing.”

He goes on to say: “She has character, is never short of an opinion and has a ‘nothing is impossible’ attitude. Wyatt is a vital member of the team.”

The ToyNews Women of the Year 2016 networking and awards event will take place at London's Soho Hotel on July 21st, 2016. The winner of this year's Woman of the Year Award will be selected from this year's list of 30 outstanding individuals. Click here to book tickets to the Awards.

Related

Featured Jobs

Gameplan Job Logo 620 x 349

Sales Director UK

Our client is a well established privately owned UK toy manufacturer which has won numerous awards for outstandingly innovative toys, gifts and gadgets. A correspondingly outstanding and talented UK Sales Director is to be recruited who has the potential, the will, the drive and the ambition to advance to a higher position within a few years.

Vivid Job Logo 620 x 349

Digital Marketing Executive - Toys & Games

Vivid is Britain’s biggest toy company and the 20 largest in the world. With offices across the globe, they sell an amazing portfolio of toys and games to over 60 countries. Vivid is best known for its association with blockbuster brands and is very excited about future opportunities around the world.