Universal Partnership & Licensing’s franchise-based business model is driving big returns for the company, both in brand loyalty and revenue.
Manchester United has unveiled plans for a series of new fan events in Asia and South Africa that will share the history and traditions of the football club.
Outfit7 has appointed Dream Theatre to represent its digital brand Talking Tom and Friends in India.
Entertainment One Family has secured broadcast agreements around the globe for more than 100 hours of its children’s programming.
Disney has unveiled new details of the Shanghai Disney Resort including a Toy Story-themed hotel, Magic Kingdom-style theme park and Disneytown shopping district.
The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association has opened voting for the 2015 Asian Licensing Awards.
Williamson-Dickie has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with ID Overseas for to sell Dickies-licensed products in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
DHX Brands has signed a deal with Egmont Publishing for the international rights to produce children’s books and magazines based on the Teletubbies brand.
American Greetings Properties has launched a promotional program with drink brand Ribena Cordial in Singapore.
Chinese Internet television company Youku Tudou has obtained the exclusive rights from Talpa Holding to produce “The Voice Kids” format in China.
Netflix and Guru Studio will produce an original spin-off series based on the preschool hit “Justin Time”– “Justin Time The New Adventures.”
Disney Junior Asia is the latest broadcaster to pick up Studio 100’s new CGI “Maya the Bee” series.
Toys ‘R’ Us has appointed Andre Javes as managing director of Southeast Asia and Greater China.
Splash Entertainment has finalized international sales for its 3D feature film Dive Olly Dive and the Pirate Treasure.
Chupa Chups has appointed Infiniss to serve as its exclusive licensing agent in the Korean market.
Outfit7, the company behind Talking Tom and Friends, has appointed a raft of new licensing agents to expand its reach globally.
Chinese brands are expanding internationally at a rapidly growing pace, according to a new report from Thomson Reuters CompuMark.
Chinese new media company BesTV and Sesame Workshop are teaming to debut “Sesame Street” episodes.
Studio 100 International has appointed Sunny Lee as licensing manager in the Asian Pacific region.
A select group will get a chance to experience Cartoon Network Amazone in Bang Saray, Thailand before the park opens to the public.
Nutri Ventures has appointed d-rights to represent its healthy eating brand in Pan Asia.
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