Previously, Thomas was leading Trunk Archive as the global managing director of Licensing at Great Bowery
Today, Fort Worth-based FM announced the appointment of Thomas Sleuser as its new VP of sales and services, working closely with CEO and co-founder, Daniel McCarthy. In this role, Thomas is tasked with leading the international sales team that serves the global creative community as well as providing sales and customer service strategies for seamless client experiences. He will also represent FM at networking events as he continues to develop and cultivate key partnerships for the company with industry peers.
“We are thrilled to add a strong, industry veteran like Thomas to our team.” said Daniel McCarthy, founder and CEO of FM. “With Thomas’ background and expertise in the licensing industry, we have no doubt that he will lead our teams through the most successful paths. We are excited for him to continue delivering the best experience to our clients while supporting the launch of future FM brands .”
Before landing at FM, Thomas was leading Trunk Archive as the global managing director of Licensing at Great Bowery. There he worked with world renowned photographers including Annie Leibovitz and Ellen von Unwerth. While at Great Bowery he also built, nurtured, and grew key partnerships with major publishing houses across the globe including Conde Nast, Hearst, and Dotdash Meredith.
In his new role at FM, he will work collaboratively with FM’s impressive roster of enterprise clients ranging from major brands, advertising agencies, production companies, post houses, and more.
“I look forward to building on the foundation that has already been laid here at FM,” said Thomas. “Although I’ve only just begun in my new role, I simply cannot get enough of the artists’ creative work, pushing the boundaries of art with our diverse, global family of creators. I’m excited to show off the quality of work we have to clients in order to serve them and help them execute their vision.”
This appointment comes as FM continues to see significant growth in the marketplace and expand its family of brands.
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