Hasbro is growing its publishing division through strategic new initiatives that place its most beloved brands in wholly new formats and inspired collaborations.
The Canada Post has issues a set of seven stamps inspired by the “Star Trek” franchise.
Cuyana, a San Francisco-based apparel and accessories brand, has partnered with Paperless Port, makers of online and paper invitations and stationery.
The World of Eric Carle and PercyVites have teamed up to feature The Very Hungry Caterpillar on the party platform’s customizable digital invitations and thank you videos.
MGA Entertainment has secured nearly 40 new global licensing partners for its scented novelty and collectibles brand Num Noms.
ZAG has teamed up with four new licensees to further extend its animated series “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir” in the U.K.
“Musical.ly,” a video social network app, has partnered with Tween Team to develop a line of branded back-to-school products.
From slime to crafts to coloring and more, the latest trends surrounding creative expression are driving U.S. sales of office supplies ahead of the Easter holiday, according to The NPD Group.
The Victoria and Albert Museum has partnered with Papier to debut more than 100 customizable stationery products featuring imagery from the V&A.
MGL Licensing has tapped British greeting card publisher Paper Rose to distribute a series of cards inspired by Nick Hannaford-Hill’s humor brand Cat & Dog.
The National Day Calendar has tapped C3 Entertainment to represent the “authoritative source for national days” for licensing, merchandising and sponsorships.
Mercis has secured two new licenses for Miffy following the character’s success on Tiny Pop.
Santoro has partnered with Selfridges to open a pop-up shop at the retailer’s London store this August.
The British Museum, the U.K.’s most popular visitor attraction, has tapped Portfolio to develop a range of greeting cards featuring the Museum’s collection of art and artifacts.
May The Thoughts Be With You was named the winner of the License This! competition for new creative concepts at Brand Licensing Europe on Thursday as the trade show rounded out its 18th year.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has partnered with two new U.S.-based licensees for merchandised based on the historical drama series “Poldark.”
The Victoria and Albert Museum has partnered with four new licensees for a host of new products across multiple categories.
Licensing agency Moxie & Company has signed a raft of deals for multiple brands including Van Gogh Museum, British Motor Heritage and Nancy Drew, among others.
Toei Animation has tapped three new licensees to create merchandise and a concert event inspired by its animated series, “Dragon Ball Z.” The company has also appointed a new U.K. agent for the brand.
British lifestyle brand Laura Ashley has expanded its line of stationery on Paperstyle.com.
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