The 35 agents in this annual ranking are the leaders of the pack, working behind the scenes to build some of the world’s biggest brands, from Wimbledon to Cherokee to Pepsi.
Video care monitoring company Seedonk is planning a new series of consumer technology products featuring the Kodak brand.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa's record label and management company Taylor Gang Entertainment has partnered with Grenco Science for a series of vaporizer products.
Victory Tailgate has signed a new deal with restaurant chain Waffle House for branded cornhole boards and bags.
Lollipop brand Chupa Chups has signed a raft of new licensing deals in Italy.
The Light Fund, the U.K.'s charitable body for the licensing industry, has named 16 beneficiaries for the more than £90,000 it raised in 2014.
The University of California, Davis has partnered with alumni-owned business City Bicycle Company to create a branded bicycle.
Harley-Davidson is partnering with Cobra Electronics for a special, limited edition Harley-Davidson-branded CB radio.
In an effort to continue growth, Brand Castle, a licensee for branded baking kits, has named John Brandley as senior vice president, sales.
Licensing agency Brands with Influence has added a swath of new partners for brands including the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
The Boy Scouts of America has added several new licensees, both for consumer products and scouting-specific gear.
DreamWorks Animation has teamed with Bazooka Candy Brands for a limited edition candy line to support How To Train Your Dragon 2.
U.K. children’s museum Eureka! is looking for licensees to collaborate on upcoming projects targeting the 5- to 7-year-old educational market.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Central West Produce are bringing Looney Tunes characters to packaged strawberries in the U.S. and Canada.
Forsythe Cosmetic Group and its subsidiary Forsythe Licensing are planning a line of collegiate nail polish and nail art with Miss Fanatic.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel Entertainment have collaborated on several products to promote the upcoming film Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, released this Friday.
Entertainment One Licensing recently added three fashion licensees to SO SO Happy, its lifestyle property for teens and young adults.
From fashion to music merchandising to frozen yogurt, this longtime Montreal-based apparel and accessories licensee is committed to diversification.
Apparel company Poeticgem is developing two clothing ranges based on the beverage brands Pepsi and 7Up.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has built a multi-category global licensing program for the final season of “Sons Of Anarchy,” which begins Sept 9.
NFL Players Inc. has teamed up with FanPrint to create an apparel line that will benefit the Gene Upshaw Player Assistance Trust Fund for former NFL players in need.
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