Holly Oldham joins Rubie’s as UK managing director

Holly Oldham has left Hasbro and will be re-joining Rubie’s Masquerade on 24 September as UK managing director.

Holly has enjoyed a fantastically successful three years at Hasbro, reaching the position of UK and regional toy and game director through her contribution to the growth of the consumer products programme.

Commenting on her move back to Rubie’s, where she spent nine years prior to her move to Hasbro, Holly said; “These three years at Hasbro have been a fantastic experience, working with great brands and a great team. I have learnt so much and hope that I have been able to contribute to our success over that time. The opportunity to rejoin Rubie’s in this new and exciting position is something I felt I couldn’t turn down, knowing the company, the people and the industry as well as I do. I hope to bring all that I have learnt and aim to drive similar success at Rubie’s over the coming years.”

Holly’s role will report in to Chris Isitt, vice-president for EMEA and Australia. Chris said; “We’re absolutely thrilled to have Holly back and taking on this key role in fashioning the future of Rubie’s in the UK. A lot has changed in the three years since she was last here, but her experience at Hasbro will be a huge asset to Rubie’s as we move forward to face new challenges.”

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