Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
Iconix Brand Group has appointed Sony Creative Products as the Japanese licensing agent for the Strawberry Shortcake brand.
Moose Toys has appointed Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana as the master licensing agent for its Shopkins brand across the EMEA region (excluding the U.K. and Ireland).
Mattel and HIT Entertainment have sold “Bob the Builder” to multiple channels in Europe and Africa.
Parragon has expanded its deal with The World of Eric Carle to bring its collection of children’s products featuring Carle's signature artwork to new global markets.
After its successful launch in Japan and the U.S., the “Yo-Kai Watch” TV series will debut in more than 100 territories across Europe and Africa, including the U.K. this spring.
The Jim Henson Company has signed several new broadcast deals for a trio of its preschool series including "Dinosaur Train," "Sid the Science Kid" and "Pajanimals."
Singapore-based production studio One Animation has appointed three new licensing agents.
Sports lifestyle brand '47 has signed an agreement with Major League Baseball International for branded headwear, apparel and accessories in EMEA and Asia.
Since returning from MIPCOM last month, Nickelodeon shows no sign of slowing down on the sales front.
Cartoon Network has launched its "micro-network" in the EMEA specifically designed for smartphones and tablets, called "Cartoon Network Anything."
Burger King restaurants and DHX Brands, a part of DHX Media, have launched a global promotion featuring DHX’s boys’ action property "Slugterra."
Carroll Shelby Licensing and Shelby American have opened a series of mod shops and Carroll Shelby’s Store locations around the world.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has signed multiple deals for its series “The Simpsons,” which premiered its 27th season last month.
Beauty retailer Sephora and eyewear licensee Luxottica are both bringing their wares to China via the e-commerce company JD.com.
A new production of "Iftah Ya Simsim," the Arabic version of "Sesame Street," will return to the airwaves following a 25-year break.
Breakthrough Entertainment has started production on season two of the kids’ live-action comedy series “Max & Shred.”
VIMN has confirmed a raft of deals with global broadcasters for its most popular preschool series.
NVCP has secured a number of new licensing and live events deals for the Nickelodeon brand in Europe, Asia and Africa.
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