The Emoji Company, launched just three years ago, is now taking licensed products to every corner of the globe.
Global Merchandising Services has appointed licensing agent Black White Orange Brands to represent The Emoji Company and a portfolio of International Music Artists in India.
Global Merchandising Services has tapped licensee Revell to produce an Iron Maiden limited edition “Ed Force One” model plane in celebration of the band’s world tour.
Global Merchandising Services has teamed with NetEnt, a digital casino entertainment company, to launch a Motörhead-inspired online slots game.
Gifts manufacturer and distributor Wow! Stuff has signed with Global Merchandising Services to be the master gift licensee for the Emoji brand.
Spike Games has created new mobile slot game called “School’s Out,” inspired by the iconic Alice Cooper song.
Global Merchandising has added eight new North American licensees for its emoji brand.
The Hollywood Vampires, a collective of some of the '70s biggest rock stars, has partnered with Epic Rights and Global Merchandising Services to launch a merchandise and retail program.
The emoji company, owner of the word "emoji," has appointed Global Merchandising Services as its licensing agent for the U.S., the U.K. and Ireland.
In 2013 Marco Hüsges began snapping up the trademark to the word "emoji" around the world under his newly created company banner, The Emoji Company.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Motörhead, the group has teamed with Haemimont Games to create a branded video game.
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