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.
Elmer's Products has teamed with the non-stick coating brand LiquiGlide to develop a range of new adhesive products.
Vandor has introduced its first-ever line of licensed shopper totes featuring five of its top licenses–Marilyn Monroe, My Little Pony, Hello Kitty, Marvel Comics and Star Wars.
LMCA is bringing the Westinghouse Electric Corp. brand to another new category– home water purification.
New company Squiz has signed its first license to bring the Sophie la Girafe brand to its line of reusable drink pouches for kids.
Floor care brand Bissell has appointed IMC to expand its brand into a range of new product categories including home, DIY and automotive.
Branding agency The Wildflower Group continues to expand the licensing program for the Girl Scouts of the USA with three new licensing deals.
The Australia Post has launched a new collectible stamp pack starring King Features' Betty Boop, in a deal brokered by the brand's regional agent, Merchantwise.
Heritage home products brand Black+Decker is partnering with appliance manufacturer Midea to develop and launch a new range of indoor vacuums.
LMCA has brokered a worldwide licensing agreement with the Camelion Battery Co. of Shenzhen, China, for Westinghouse Electric Corp.-branded batteries.
Victory Tailgate is planning a line of canvas wall art for more than 600 U.S. schools.
The Licensing Resource Group has signed an exclusive agreement to represent the University of Memphis’ licensing program.
Bulls Licensing has signed on to represent Licensing Management International and its client British Motor Heritage in the Nordics.
SmileyWorld has signed two new deals that will bring the brand to prepaid debit cards and the latest installment of Ubisoft’s “Just Dance” video game franchise.
Studio 100 International has teamed with the Australian Post to promote its animated series “Blinky Bill.”
Sequential Brands Group has announced several initiatives for a global re-launch of the company’s recently acquired brand the Franklin Mint.
Candle company PartyLite had unveiled its new designer collection from celebrity stylist Jonathan Adler.
Licensing agency The Wildflower Group has expanded the licensing program for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum with three new licensees.
Pro Merch has unveiled its fall 2014 line of NFL player-inspired fashion tees exclusively at Target.
To complement its line of heritage-inspired furniture, the University of Oxford has signed a new home décor licensee.
America Greetings Properties’ Care Bears and Sanrio’s Little Twin Stars have opened a co-branded café in Hiroshima Parco, one of Japan’s largest shopping centers.
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