Over the last quarter century, Tycoon Enterprises has grown from a boutique Mexican agency into a licensing behemoth with a reach that now spans all of Latin America.
LEGO Speed Champions and McLaren Automotive have launched a building competition for teenage and adult LEGO builders called Celebrate the Future of McLaren Automotive.
London-based licensing agency Bloom has signed a duo of new deals for Tokidoki that will bring the lifestyle brand to cosmetics and apparel in the U.K.
The terracotta clay hero Morph will return to the small screen on CBBC next month, after more than 15 years away from television screens.
British construction equipment manufacturer JCB has signed a raft of new licensing deals to further bolster its JCB Kids brand in the U.K.
Santoro has teamed with the Italian children's apparel company Preca Brummel to create its first-ever kids clothing range featuring its Gorjuss brand.
The Irish animated series “Puffin Rock” premiered in the U.K. this week on Nick Jr.
VMC Accessories will be launching a range of fashion accessories for the lifestyle brand Tokidoki in the U.K.
Endemol Shine U.K. has added three new digital roles at its multi-channel network ChannelFlip.
Viacom International Media Networks is forming a new Commercial Innovation group to help advertisers create customized, content-led campaigns on digital and social media.
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.
Rovio Entertainment is building up its Consumer Products Licensing unit with a ew group of seasoned executives.
DC Thomson Consumer Products has partnered with the U.K. family restaurant chain Brewers Fayre to feature The Beano brand.
Sooty has proven so popular that Redan has decided to launch a one-off summer special for the TV star.
Character World has signed a new deal with Lisle International to create licensed bedroom textiles for the mobile gaming phenomenon, Flappy Bird.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has appointed three new international agents for “Tree Fu Tom” in CIS, Benelux and Israel.
Zodiak Kids has sold Tele Images Productions’ CGI animated series “Extreme Football” in a raft of territories including the U.K., Israel, India, Finland and China.
British art and design museum the Victoria & Albert Museum has teamed with two new licensees for nail polish and home textiles.
Mind Candy has launched the new app “PopJam” in the U.K., which is designed to be a creative community for kids ages 7 to 12.
m4e has appointed Dutch brand licensing agency License Connection to represent children’s TV series “Tip The Mouse” in Benelux territories.
“Tree Fu Tom” will take to the U.K. stage in 2015, in a deal between Fremantle Media Kids & Family Entertainment and Premier Stage Productions.
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