Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
Word of Web, the brand management firm for Pusheen the Cat, has appointed two new agents to spearhead the Pusheen licensing program in Australia and Mexico.
CBS has entered two broadcast agreements with Sky Atlantic and Stan, a joint venture between Nine Entertainment and Fairfax Media, to bring Showtime to the U.K. and Australia, respectively.
Designer Robin Zingone and licensee Robert Kaufman Fabrics have teamed to place the Mums Moderne textile collection in Spotlight stores throughout Australia and online.
As part of the new free Australian Open Festival in Birrarung Marr, Nickeldeon will join the event's Kids’ World section.
Level-5 Abby, in partnership with Hasbro, has launched a new app for the anime series “Yo-Kai Watch" on iOS and Android devices in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
Nickelodeon will be presenting Kids Tennis Day this Saturday in Melbourne Park, Australia.
Felicia Tuan has joined Discovery Consumer Products as regional director for Asia-Pacific.
Roger Federer and Nickelodeon stars including SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer hosted the Suncorp Kids Tennis Day at the Queensland Tennis Centre Sunday.
Ecell Global has entered into a license agreement with Bravado International Group to create tech cases featuring the pop band 5 Seconds of Summer.
Sanrio's pop icon Hello Kitty is the newest muse of the salon nail care brand OPI with the launch of new line of limited edition lacquers in Australia and New Zealand.
The Australia Post has launched a new collectible stamp pack starring King Features' Betty Boop, in a deal brokered by the brand's regional agent, Merchantwise.
Perry Ellis International has tapped South Pacific Apparel in Australia and New Zealand to create men's sportswear under its Farah brand.
LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya has joined forces with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create the world’s largest collection of DC Comics-inspired LEGO artwork.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has made a number of global TV sales and appointed a raft of international licensing agents for "Thunderbirds Are Go."
Since its launch in 2006, Wild Pumpkin Licensing International has grown to become one of Australia’s leading independent licensing agencies.
Saban Brands has acquired another new brand for its burgeoning portfolio of fashion and lifestyle properties–the Australian surf brand Piping Hot.
Animal Planet and Time Inc. have teamed in a three-year, exclusive non-fiction children’s publishing partnership that will feature the Animal Planet brand in North America.
Following strong toy and DVD sales for “Thunderbirds Are Go," Australian agent Merchantwise has added several new licensing and retail partners for the TV series.
Hasbro celebrated the first-ever worldwide Play-Doh Day Wednesday.
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