The dream of one young man, his passion for comics and creativity has evolved into one of the world’s largest licensors and animation studios.
The British Museum, the oldest public museum in the world, is launching a global licensing campaign for its vast collection of art and artifacts.
Studio 100 Film has teamed with Primal Screen to bring the CGI-animated movie Maya the Bee to the U.K., Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.
Parragon and Disney Publishing Worldwide have released The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, in the U.K.
Cartamundi is planning a new range of Star Wars card packs and gifting items.
DC Thomson has made a new addition to its partnership with Gibsons–The Beano Past and Present 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, now available on Amazon.
Endemol Shine Group has promoted Marina Williams to chief operating officer of international operations.
Zodiak Kids has entered a development deal with Britt Allcroft Productions to reboot the '90s series "The Magic Adventures of Mumfie."
Costume manufacturer Rubie’s has acquired the British face mask company Mask-arade from its owners, Ray Duffy, Dean Walton and Chris O’Nyan.
LIMA has elected six new members to its board of directors and opened up the submission period for its U.K. Rising Stars awards.
The British Postal Museum & Archive has appointed Heritage Licensing to represent its collections for licensing, many for the first time.
Lifestyle brand Extreme has appointed Ryan Maxwell to the position of marketing manager.
Jeremy Robinson has been appointed as the new country manager at toy company Schleich.
SmileyWorld, OuiDo! Productions and international brand manager PGS are teaming up to launch an original, animated TV series for kids 4- to 7-years-old featuring the Smiley brand.
Designer brand Versace 19.69 Italia has signed with Those Licensing People as its exclusive licensing agent in the U.K.
Backstage Licensing has negotiated a new deal with Swiss Eyewear Group and its INVU brand for a Smurfs sunglasses line.
Brand Licensing Europe is teaming up with a number of charities this year, including the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, which will provide the event's first-ever mascot.
Santoro's Gorjuss design property has added a swath of new licensees around the world.
DHX Media has appointed Character Options as the global master toy partner for the new version of the TV series “Teletubbies.”
DC Thomson Consumer Products has announced new developments for its food brand, Maw Broon’s Kitchen, inspired by the matriarch of The Sunday Post weekly comic strip.
Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that cares for the Tower of London and other site, will showcase its new gardening range from Briers at Brand Licensing Europe, Oct. 7-9.
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