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.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has teamed with Kent International to develop a brand-new line of bicycle tires and tubes.
Adidas Group North America has signed a licensing agreement with DuPont Protection Technologies to use its Kevlar technology and brand in a line of new football cleats.
All American Licensing & Management Group has tapped Bow Wow Pets to develop a line of pet products featuring the Dog for Dog charity.
Gunmaker Remington Outdoor Company has signed a series of deals expanding its licensed offerings in accessories, housewares, gifts and outdoor games.
The New Zealand Mint is kicking off the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Gerry Anderson's "Thunderbirds with a new collectible coins series.
Publisher John Wiley & Sons is now offering custom digital products as part of its line of business services under the For Dummies brand.
Card.com continues to grow the roster of licenses for its line of pre-paid debit cards in the U.S. with the addition of four of The Jim Henson Company's brands.
NextLock has teamed with Westinghouse to create the new Westinghouse Security brand, in a deal brokered by NextLock's agent, Harris-Sachs.
The Perth Mint is honoring "Star Trek: The Original Series" with the release of two silver commemorative coins, under license by CBS Consumer Products.
U.K. licensing executives Anthony Temple (Rainbow Designs), Alicia Davenport (DRi) and Stephen Gould (CPLG) have organized a Miffy & Friends Charity Cycling Challenge.
C3 Entertainment licensee RRParks Cards is planning an extensive Three Stooges trading card set.
Energizer Holdings is planning to separate its household products and personal care divisions into two independent, publicly traded companies.
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.
Major League Baseball, the New York Yankees and Highland Mint have created a Derek Jeter coin program to celebrate the final season in Jeter’s 20-year baseball career.
Peavey Electronics and Diamond Comic Distributors will give away a limited edition 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles guitar from Peavey at San Diego Comic-Con.
Target Corporation has named retail veteran Brian Cornell as the its new chief executive officer replacing longtime CEO Gregg Steinhafel, who departed May 5.
Epic Rights, the global branding and merchandising agency representing KISS, has signed a new t-shirt deal with Major League Baseball and apparel licensee Liquid Blue.
Indian Motorcycle has announced a new collaboration with FieldCandy, a designer brand of outdoor products, for a branded tent.
Brandgenuity is shifting the licensing for Gas Monkey Garage (home to the hit Discovery show “Fast ‘N Loud”) into high gear with the addition of four new partners.
Paul Frank announced a partnership with Scottish R&B singer/songwriter and Elton John protégé Tallia Storm, who will be featured in the U.K. Pajammin campaign.
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