A year in review and look ahead at the market Down Under. Editorial is provided by License! Global’s Australian content partner, The Bugg Report.
Betty Boop and her younger self, Baby Boop, are adding some sparkle to children’s fashion this season, with a new line of apparel from Monnalisa.
Disney Interactive and Disney Channel have teamed with Little Orbit to develop video games based on Planes: Fire & Rescue and the tween telenovela “Violetta.”
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Enterprises has teamed with Sunwing Vacations to send some of its characters to resorts in the Caribbean and Central America.
Bandai Namco Games Europe is planning a new video game for Nintendo 3DS based on Viz Media’s anime property, Tenkai Knights.
Brand Central has signed on to develop a consumer products program for the design and lifestyle company Dwell Media.
OPI and Ford Motor Company are planning a limited edition nail lacquer collection inspired by the Ford Mustang.
Kellogg Company is getting in on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 action with a new game app that let’s players step into the world of the upcoming
Casino gaming company IGT is planning to bring the Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand Tokidoki to slot machines.
The Good Sign brand, which literally features a yellow road sign that reads “This is a Good Sign,” has signed a series of new licensing deals.
Walls 360 is featuring the work of artist Caleb Gray in a new line of removable wall decals for kids.
Walmart has teamed with Warner Bros. to give its customers the chance to see an advance screening of Man of Steel.
LEGO Systems has partnered with The Little Gym to integrate its Duplo preschool building toys into its programs.
Two Canadian toy companies, TCG and Ganz, have formed a strategic partnership.
DRG has launched a game app for the new ITV game show, “Catch Phrase,” a revival of the popular show from the ’80s.
The U.K.’s Science Museum has teamed up with Puzzler Media to create a new word search app for adults and kids.
Nelvana Enterprises has teamed up with Webber Naturals for a new line of children’s vitamins featuring characters from Treehouse.
The International Basketball Federation has appointed CPLG to build a licensing program for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop has teamed up with Nickelodeon to offer SpongeBob SquarePants plush.
Lawless Entertainment has partnered with Out of Print for a range of apparel and accessories featuring The Little Prince.
Sears Canada will exclusively launch actor Matthew McConaughey's new apparel line, just keep livin.
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