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The Infinity Group have appointed U.K.-based licensing agency Mandarin Licensing to represent them in the country for their heritage sportswear and active lifestyle brand, Le Tigre.
St Andrews Links Trust has renewed its agreement with CPLG to oversee the global licensing program for the 600-year-old Scottish golf course complex.
Cherokee Global Brands, in partnership with Ahold Czech Republic, has launched a range of Cherokee-branded products in 80 locations of Ahold’s hypermarket retail chain Albert.
“Pingu,” a British-Swiss TV series created in 1986, will launch an exclusive capsule collection in collaboration with British designers Phiney Pet and The Rodnik Band.
Character World has appointed Tony Lewis to the role of U.K. sales director.
Rainbow has unveiled its global premiere date for its new series “Maggie & Bianca: Fashion Friends.”
CLS Media and Korean studio SAMG Animation have tapped STS in Russia to air the animated series “Miniforce” in Russia, CIS and the Baltic States.
The Royal Horticultural Society has tapped licensee Whichford Pottery to develop a range of flower pots inspired by the RHS Wildflower Collection.
Little Brother Books will publish the Official Pokémon Annual 2017 in the U.K.
ITV Studios has partnered up with a slate of licensees to launch its merchandising program for the series “Thunderbirds Are Go” in France, Benelux and the Nordics.
U.K.-based KidsOut has partnered with OpSec Security, a company focused on protecting, authenticating and enhancing brands, to launch a new cause related licensing program for the charity.
Bulova has launched a cobranded timepiece featuring one of the world's top football clubs, Manchester United.
Editions Albert Réné is continuing to grow its heritage character brand Asterix with new content, retail promotions and other activations.
Egmont Publishing is bringing YouTube personality Joseph Garrett (better known as Stampy Cat) to book shelves in partnership with his network Maker Studios.
Walker Books has extended the Guess How Much I Love You franchise to include the Coochy Coo Nappy Cake themed gift baskets for new parents.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products teamed up with fashion accessory brand Skinnydip London for an accessories collection featuring "The Simpsons."
King Features Syndicate is readying comic book hero Flash Gordon for takeoff with a lineup of new international and domestic licensing partners.
41 Entertainment has appointed BRB International as the licensing agent in Iberia for its "Kong–King of the Apes" property.
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