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.
Game makers USAopoly, under license from Hasbro, and Nickelodeon will release two Monopoly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles board games this fall.
To promote the Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy, customization company CafePress launched an extensive line of fan-generated apparel and consumer products.
Carte Blanche Group has signed a global licensing deal with Ashleigh Butler and Roar Global to develop the Pudsey the Dog brand.
Enseco has renewed its licensing agreement with artist Jim Shore until 2019.
Musical instrument manufacturer Peavey Electronics will unveil a new line of Star Wars guitars and accessories this week at San Diego Comic-Con.
DreamWorks Animation will make its first official foray into the retail space with the launch of DreamPlace this holiday season.
U.K. trade distributors John Hornby Skewes and Nickelodeon will launch a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles musical instruments line in the fall.
Discovery Consumer Products has renewed its longstanding direct-to-retail partnership with Toys 'R' Us U.S. and Toys 'R' Us Australia.
Sequential Brands Group has announced several initiatives for a global re-launch of the company’s recently acquired brand the Franklin Mint.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of rock ‘n’ roll, CandyRific has released M&M’s brand Elvis Talkers this month.
Garfield will be featured in a month-long promotional event at buffet restaurants in the U.S.
SEGA of America has inked a new deal with Tommo for a range of mobile accessories featuring classic SEGA game systems.
TVMania U.K. has signed on to create a new range of apparel and nightwear featuring the global conservation charity WWF-U.K.
American Mensa, the U.S. branch of the international society, has appointed Perpetual Licensing as its exclusive agent.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Pay Dirt Gold to develop a gold panning kit inspired by the Discovery Channel series “Gold Rush.”
Pretty Ugly, owner of the Uglydoll brand, has partnered with Howard Keys for a line of keys, key chains and lanyards.
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.”
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