A year in review and look ahead at the market Down Under. Editorial is provided by License! Global’s Australian content partner, The Bugg Report.
Gaming company King has signed a European licensing deal with apparel specialist Skybrands for its hit app “Candy Crush Saga.”
Debenhams, Matalan, Card Factory and Blue Inc have joined the roster of top retailers participating in BLE Retail Mentoring Programme.
CBeebies has appointed the licensing agency Brands with Influence to represent its new series “Swashbuckle” in the U.K.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added new licensing partnerships for Platinum Films’ boys’ property Matt Hatter Chronicles.
Peppa Pig, The Amazing World of Gumball and Room on the Broom were among the winner at the tenth British Animation Awards.
European fast fashion retailer Etam has launched a new line of lounge and sleepwear featuring The Smiley Brand.
Nine West, a division of The Jones Group, and the fashion magazine InStyle are expanding their limited edition footwear collaboration.
IDW Publishing is bringing of the most popular “Star Trek: The Original Series” episodes of all time into a new comic series.
Giromax is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Peppa Pig with a new line of mini Clay Buddies kits.
Peanuts is the latest brand to join Digital Giving’s “T-Shirt Booth” app.
Rocket is continuing to expand the licensing program for the hit BBC1 comedy “Mrs. Brown’s Boys.
41 Entertainment has appointed Sun City as the apparel licensee for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures in France.
“The WotWots” is continuing its expansion into Europe with the addition of new licensing agents in Germany and Turkey,.
DHX Media has secured a series of video-on-demand deals for its kids shows.
The French Licensing Federation has announced the nominees for the second annual French Brands Awards.
FremantleMedia has announced a number of new licensees for its TV and fashion brands in France.
Aardman Animations is teaming up with StudioCanal to bring its animated character Shaun the Sheep to the big screen.
Russian publisher Eksmo has signed on to create a range of titles featuring the Indian preschool brand Purple Turtle.
The Jim Henson Company has announced a series of new licensees for the children’s series “Dinosaur Train” in Europe.
Pedigree Books has added U.K. magazine Women’s Weekly to its new Yearbook range for adults.
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