Brand Licensing Europe's Darren Brechin gives attendees the top 10 highlights of the upcoming event.
Carroll Shelby Licensing and Shelby American have opened a series of mod shops and Carroll Shelby’s Store locations around the world.
BBC Worldwide is launching "The Sooty Show" in ANZ with the appointment of a regional licensing agent, as well as product and broadcast partners.
Studio 100 Film has announced details for the upcoming release of the feature film, Blinky Bill The Movie.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment's boys’ property "Thunderbirds Are Go" is gaining momentum in Australia and New Zealand.
Haven Licensing has developed a new fashion range featuring the work of 1980's street artist Keith Haring that will debut at the Australian department store Myer this month.
Toys 'R' Us is preparing a global celebration for the fall debut of toys and other products based on the next chapter of the Star Wars saga.
Clive Spink has taken over as chief executive officer of the New Zealand production company Pukeko Pictures, as current CEO Andrew Smith leaves.
Off-price apparel and homewares retailer TJX Companies acquired the Australia off-price women's wear chain Trade Secret for AUD $80 million.
Saban Brands has announced a new fashion collaboration for its surf-inspired lifestyle brand Mambo with Australia-based designer Emma Mulholland.
The second season of "Guess How Much I Love You–The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare" will have its international premiere on ABC Kids in Australia this August.
Zodiak Kids has sold Novel Entertainment’s animated children’s TV series “Horrid Henry” to Cartoon Network in Asia Pacific.
Toys ‘R’ Us continues to expand in 2014 with plans to open 90 stores worldwide, including 22 locations in China.
The biggest names in tennis took center court Saturday alongside Nickelodeon characters at the sold out Australian Open Kids Tennis Day in Melbourne.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has appointed Merchantwise as its new licensing agent in Australia and New Zealand.
BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand has partnered with BabyLove to launch a range of "Charlie and Lola"-branded training pants.
Action-sports entertainment brand Nitro Circus has appointed Velocity Brand Management as its licensing agent for Australia and New Zealand.
Feld Motor Sports' Monster Jam has partnered with a number of new Australia-based licensees in preparation for a multi-city Monster Jam tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Mind Candy, the entertainment company behind the Moshi Monsters franchise, globally launched the "World of Warriors" app.
Licensing industry veteran David Born has launched the new clip licensing firm Born Licensing in Australia.
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