Universal Partnership & Licensing’s franchise-based business model is driving big returns for the company, both in brand loyalty and revenue.
Manchester United has entered a multi-year partnership with IVC to create a line of branded wellness products in China.
The Beano has created a bespoke 32-page collector’s edition comic book that will be available exclusively in the The Daily Mirror and Trinity Mirror Nov. 1.
A line of brand-new collectible Sindy dolls from Robert Tonner will make its retail debut at Harrods later this month, in a deal negotiated by Bulldog Licensing.
Studio 100 International and Buzz Studios have released its first feature film, Maya the Bee: Movie, in select markets.
Those Licensing People has been appointed as the exclusive U.K. distributor for the premium olive oil brand 5 Oil.
Tim Hincks will serve as president of the new joint venture between Endemol, Shine Group and Core Media to create a global multi-platform content provider.
“Breaking Bad” characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman are the top-selling licensed masks of the third quarter for Mask-arade.
Russian stationery company ZPR/Art & Design and the Rizzoli bookshop in Somerset House have snapped up ranges of Deer Little Forest paper goods.
AMC Networks and BBC Worldwide have announced a new long-term partnership that will see AMC take an equity stake in the cable channel BBC America.
U.K. sports brand Extreme's energy drink, Extreme Energy, is now available in more than 3,000 bars and clubs across the U.K.
ZeptoLab UK and CITV are bringing a series of animated short films based on the game app “Cut the Rope” to TV in the U.K.
The winners of the first-ever Progressive Preschool Awards were announced in London this week.
41 Entertainment has signed a range of new broadcast deals with Disney in Europe and the U.S. for “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.”
Zodiak Kids has finalized deals with two magazine publishers to produce the first-ever Mister Maker and Tickety Toc stand-alone magazines.
English luxury brand Wedgwood has signed an agreement with Revman International to bring Wedgwood bed and bath products in the Americas.
DC Thomson is continuing to grow the licensing program for the classic The Beano characters Dennis the Menace and Gnasher.
U.K. toy store The Entertainer opened its first international location in Dubai last week.
The U.K.’s Royal Mail is kicking off 2014 by celebrating some of the most popular children’s shows from the last 60 years with a new stamp issue.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed Trademark Products to produce a range of fashion apparel for the Village People brand in the U.K.
Celebrity and entertainment licensing agency Rights Management International is launching a new lifestyle brand for British reality TV star Sam Faiers.
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