Procter & Gamble boasts a portfolio of 300 brands and ranks as one of the top licensors in the world with an unlimited potential for future growth.
Entertainment One Licensing will continue its partnership with Character Options, following the renewal of its license as master toy partner for Peppa Pig.
Candle company PartyLite had unveiled its new designer collection from celebrity stylist Jonathan Adler.
Target Corporation has named retail veteran Brian Cornell as the its new chief executive officer replacing longtime CEO Gregg Steinhafel, who departed May 5.
NFL Players Inc. and Panini America has signed an exclusive agreement that will make Panini the sole manufacturer of NFLPA-licensed trading cards and stickers.
JAKKS Pacific and Disguise, its Halloween costume division, expanded agreements for multiple top entertainment properties to produce costumes and accessories for the 2014 Halloween season.
Lawless Entertainment and Dina Asia Pacific Company have struck a deal with Suzy’s Zoo, children’s illustrations from artist Suzy Spafford, and Teammate Hong Kong.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Australian live events company Showtime Attractions to manage and expand Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ licensed characters to Australia and New Zealand.
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.
Crown Crafts Infant Products expanded its licensing agreement with Carter’s for bed sets and décor.
Global energy, grains and food company CHS will start a college sports sponsorship platform with 24 Division 1 universities, in a deal by Learfield Sports.
The Smurfs are being featured on special branded packs of cantaloupes at Italian retailer Esselunga.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who,” The Perth Mint has created a limited edition line of solid gold tribute coins.
National Geographic and PetSmart have partnered to create a line of new pet products that will launch in spring 2014.
Little Pim, the foreign language-learning program for young children, has teamed up to launch a series of videos for preschoolers.
The new startup TextPride aims to help brands and third-party messaging apps monetize mobile.
The Beverly Hills Country Club has appointed KT Licensing to build a licensing program for the brand in Greater China.
The New York Times is expanding its travel program, Times Journeys, to now include 21 land-based tours that will visit more than 30 countries.
The Smithsonian has teamed up with The Great Courses to develop and produce educational seminars inspired by the group of museums.
TSBA Group, global licensing agent for energy company Shell, is exhibiting the brand’s heritage and modern aspects across two booths at Licensing Expo.
Italian art brand The Gkrs has added two new partners.
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