Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
In anticipation of the upcoming Disney/Amblin Partners Film, Striker Entertainment has signed nine new licensees for The BFG, based on the book by Roald Dahl.
Macy’s and AwesomenessTV have partnered to debut In Awe of You, a new lifestyle brand aimed at the Gen Z ingénue.
Cartoon Network is supporting the launch of the brand-new "LEGO Nexo Knights" toy line and Merlok 2.0 gaming app.
Garage magazine has revealed five special edition covers for their tenth issue celebrating powerful women of Marvel.
Toy manufacturer Playmobil will expand its NHL product line as part of the company’s continued partnership with the National Hockey League.
Gifts manufacturer and distributor Wow! Stuff has signed with Global Merchandising Services to be the master gift licensee for the Emoji brand.
In honor of season five of “The Voice France,” TF1 Licenses and Shine 360° have added multiple licensees to the show’s arsenal.
Random House Children’s Books has appointed Rachel Bader as its new licensing director.
After the release of her new song “Formation,” Beyoncé has launched a new collection inspired by the lyrics of her latest single.
Awesome Media & Entertainment has partnered with Bloomsbury Children’s Books to publish four new titles of Jeff Norton’s Princess Ponies books, bringing the series total to 12 books.
LIMA is partnering with global safety science company UL to provide itsmembers with savings on product testing and consulting services.
The Dreamworld theme park in Australia will open ABC Kids World in June, featuring characters and brands from national broadcaster ABC Kids.
The Care Bears partnered with Studio Movie Grill to bring the movie A Belly Badge for Wonderheart to the big screen for the first time.
Art company Dark Hall Mansion’s latest entry in its Seminal Film Series of limited edition prints is the 1933 classic film King Kong.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana has added five new softline licensees to its growing roster of “Little Charmers” partners.
Licensing agency the JRL Group has been selected to represent Estwing Tools, best known for its line of solid steel hammers.
This August, HIT Entertainment is bringing kids' favorite blue engine and the Island of Sodor to life at the Thomas Land permanent attraction at Edaville USA.
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has teamed with high street fashion brand Oasis for a fashion collection based on 11 of the museum's botanical prints.
Lawless Entertainment and Dina Asia Pacific have brought the characters of Little Suzy’s Zoo to The Westwood Mall in Hong Kong
The Pokémon Company International has signed four new licensees in the U.K. and Eire across several categories.
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