Brand Licensing Europe 2014 expects to top last year’s record-breaking attendance with even more features and new brands on the floor.
Beach products manufacturer JGR Copa will develop a collection of beach accessories for beer brands Corona, Modelo Especial and Pacifico.
Sanrio has revealed details for Hello Kitty Con 2014, the first official Hello Kitty fan convention in the world.
The Kardashian sisters are entering a whole new arena–hair care–in a new partnership with Farouk Systems.
SEGA has unveiled a star-studded lineup for the Sonic Boom fan event, which will be held in New York City Oct. 4.
BBC Worldwide ANZ has tapped SuperCheap Auto as the exclusive retailer of Top Gear-branded automotive accessories in Australia and New Zealand.
Santoro's Gorjuss design property has added a swath of new licensees around the world.
After more than five years leading the company, Mikael Hed will step down as chief executive officer of Rovio Jan. 1.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is planning a new 3D interactive dark ride attraction, Justice League: Battle For Metropolis, at Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags Over Texas.
Warner Bros. Television Group is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the series premiere of "Friends" with a Central Perk pop-up shop and product program.
Jockey International has a new addition–Baby Jockey, a new baby apparel line created in partnership with Gerber Childrenswear.
The eighth edition of the Experience Hendrix Tour is set to launch March 2014, sponsored by Realta Entertainment’s “BandFuse: Rock Legends” video game.
Planeta Junior Italia has signed a new deal with Grabo to create balloons featuring the new 3D version of the TV series “Maya the Bee.”
Marvel Entertainment has expanded its agreement with U.S. bike manufacturer Huffy to develop a full range of wheeled products.
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan is making the move into licensing, with the launch of the new fashion and fitness lifestyle brand, HRX.
Nickelodeon has launched the “Nick App” in the U.K. and Ireland, marking the first availability of the app outside of the U.S.
DHX Media has signed a number of international broadcast deals for its preschool series “Yo Gabba Gabba!.”
Random House Children’s Books has released a series of new titles from Nickelodeon, Mattel and Sesame Workshop.
British boy band Union J has signed its 25th U.K. licensing partner in five months with a little help from Stephen Mills, the band’s licensing manager.
Dick’s Sporting Goods and the National Hockey League have launched three NHL-branded super shops at Dick’s stores three major citites.
U.S. consumers plan to spend more this holiday season, but will seek out better deals.
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