Bossanova names Holly Cowdery as Head of Sales

The executive will be tasked with managing the company's sales across the UK, North America, France, Italy and Asia territories.

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BossaNova has appointed Holly Cowdery as head of sales, with responsibility to manage BossaNova’s sales into the UK, North America, France, Italy and Asia territories. She joins senior sales manager Tatjana Kostovski, who is in charge of sales to Germany, Nordics, Benelux, CEE, Iberia, Latin America and MENA. “Holly brings a verve to her trade as an outstanding sales person," Paul Heaney, CEO of BossaNova, said. "Her content knowledge and professionalism allied to her intelligence, maturity and sparkling personality puts real weight behind BossaNova and will add an X factor into what is already an outstanding team.”

Cowdery started her commercial career in television at NBCUniversal and Lionsgate before joining EOne. She joined Paul Heaney’s TCB Media Rights in 2017 as sales executive for Benelux, CEE and MENA, rising to a position of VP of sales.

She now joins BossaNova from Beyond Rights, which acquired TCB Media Rights in April 2020, following the collapse of Kew Media Group. Cowdery’s appointment sees her reuniting with other original team members from TCB, with Claire Lowe joining as commercial and business affairs director and Charlotte Johnson as finance and operations director at the start of the year and Jasmin Joseph who joined as BossaNova’s first employee as marketing manager in 2020.

‘I couldn’t be more delighted to be re-joining Paul and the team. I am passionate about the content I sell and about the need to make strong lasting relationships with clients," Cowdery said. "The opportunity to get onboard the new hybrid model of BossaNova was too good to resist"

Holly brings a verve to her trade as an outstanding sales person. Her content knowledge and professionalism allied to her intelligence, maturity and sparkling personality puts real weight behind BossaNova and will add an X factor into what is already an outstanding team.” Paul Heaney CEO, BossaNova