A guide to some of the most notable and respected companies in the consumer products business.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Puma to launch a range of co-branded apparel and accessories featuring Tom and Jerry and Superman.
Paws, Inc. has signed a range of new apparel licensees in the U.S., Brazil, Australia, Canada, the Middle East and France for Garfield.
A touring exhibition celebrating the history behind the ITV series "Downton Abbey" will make its world premiere at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., Feb. 5.
Authentic Brands Group has expanded its relationship with retail partner Majid Al Futtaim in the Middle East and North Africa to accelerate the growth of Juicy Couture.
Microsoft Studios has given U.S. toymaker Jakks Pacific the rights to its video game property Halo for action figures and costumes.
American Greetings Properties has lined up a full slate of licensed product for its Care Bears brand in the U.K.
Uniqlo will open two stores in Toronto, Canada, in the fall of 2016, marking the global apparel retailer’s first entry into the country and its 18th market overall.
Russian animated series "Masha and the Bear" is gaining ground in Italy with new broadcast deals and licensed product.
Knockout Licensing has established a core of inaugural licensees for Sony Pictures Television's TV series, "Outlander."
Warner Bros.’ classic Looney Tunes characters Tweety and Bugs Bunny have been reimagined by 10 top fashion designers for a new kids' apparel collection.
Brentwood Licensing has tapped apparel licensee Trau & Loevner for screen-printed items featuring the Peace Frogs brand.
Vince Camuto has built a fashion empire through his creative inspiration, love of people and focus on licensing.
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HillBilly Brand has granted U.S. Digital Media the rights to develop consumer electronics and mobile accessories under the lifestyle brand.
Nine West, a division of The Jones Group, and the fashion magazine InStyle are expanding their limited edition footwear collaboration.
Sequential Brands Group has appointed brand strategist Jameel Spencer as chief marketing officer.
Church & Dwight is adding to its line of Arm & Hammer-branded oral care products with the new Truly Radiant line.
Entertainment One Licensing is giving Peppa’s Mummy her own limited range of seasonal garments.
Bulldog Licensing has signed another new Garfield licensee in the U.K.–Sambro will create a line of bags featuring the character.
Marika, a division of Fam Brands, has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Glance Eyewear.
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