Brand Licensing Europe 2014 expects to top last year’s record-breaking attendance with even more features and new brands on the floor.
The Joester Loria Group is expanding Kellogg’s presence in the kitchen with a new deal for home textiles and the launch of microwavable cookware at Walmart.
Lionsgate has acquired the distribution rights to The Smosh Movie, based on the AwesomenessTV YouTube brand.
To complement its line of heritage-inspired furniture, the University of Oxford has signed a new home décor licensee.
Merchantwise has been appointed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment to manage the licensing program of the new “Thunderbirds Are Go!” TV series in Australia.
Knockout Licensing has added three new partners for Boo: The World’s Cutest Dog in Japan and Europe.
Crumbs Bake Shop is planning to launch a new line of products at mass market, including a new cookie line and chocolate bar.
Shwings and Things has signed a deal with Hasbro's My Little Pony for a line of shoe accessories.
Absolut has collaborated with the Andy Warhol brand once again for the Andy Warhol Edition limited edition bottle celebrating creativity and pop art.
Mask-arade has added Disney's Frozen to its roster of licensed facemasks, in partnership with Rubie's Costume Company.
Hasbro and 3DPlusMe have introduced Super Awesome Me, a personalized 3D printing experience that allows kids to become one of their favorite characters.
Belkin and Jarden Consumer Solutions have debuted the new Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker, which can be controlled through a smartphone.
The U.S. Army has joined forces with Xentris Wireless for a new line of branded mobile cases that made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
The WWE is readying for the launch its new 24/7 streaming network, which will be available online and through the WWE app Feb. 24.
Fans will have another way to enjoy the cronut with Brand Central announcing plans to extend the brand into homewares, digital and stationery.
Saban Brands is bringing “Digimon Fusion” to its own programming block on The CW, Vortexx starting Jan. 25.
The Asian Licensing Association hosted its annual Asian Licensing Awards event Jan. 7 during the Hong Kong Toys and Games Fair.
In a move to expand its Canadian distribution, apparel company Evy of California has opened Evy Canada, based in Toronto, Ontario.
DenTek has created a new line of Looney Tunes dental care products for kids under license by Warner Bros. Consumer Products.
Nickelodeon has announced plans for a new series called “Breadwinners,” which follows the adventures of two ducks as they operate a bread delivery service.
Tommy Bahama and the California-based stand-up paddleboard (SUP) company Suplove have collaborated on a line of co-branded paddleboards.
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