Brand Licensing Europe 2014 expects to top last year’s record-breaking attendance with even more features and new brands on the floor.
Withit Licensing has appointed licensing agency AI Licensing to represent its character brand Joey and Joy in the Far East, the Middle East and India.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment announced the appointment of three new senior roles under executive vice president and general manager of FMKFE Rick Glankler.
While inherent risks are still prevalent, so are the opportunities for retail growth especially in several smaller, less publicized nations.
Parigi Group has signed a multi-year license agreement with luxury sport car manufacturer Ferrari, to create a collection of children's lifestyle apparel.
Imira Entertainment has taken worldwide distribution rights (excluding Austria and China) for the live-action series "Austrian Tom Turbo" (188 x 26).
Discovery Consumer Products has renewed its longstanding direct-to-retail partnership with Toys 'R' Us U.S. and Toys 'R' Us Australia.
Fashion and brand licensing veteran Terry Hauss, chief executive officer of apparel firm Von Dutch, passed away on July 17.
Zodiak Kids has secured a new agreement with MBC3, part of the MBC Group, for an additional 150 hours of kids' programming.
Gaumont Animation has signed a number of international broadcast deals for its TV series “Lanfeust Quest,” an adaptation of the comic and manga franchise Lanfeust of Troy.
Big Tent Entertainment has added three more licensees to the roster of partners for its Domo/Ghostbusters mash-up.
With a new team in place and a newly redefined global presence established, DreamWorks Animation is heading into Brand Licensing Europe with a razor sharp focus on building its core brands around the world.
DHX Media has signed a number of international broadcast deals for its preschool series “Yo Gabba Gabba!.”
Turner Broadcasting System International has acquired the second season of Endemol’s “Mr. Bean” animated TV series.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA is working with licensees and retailers to celebrate the synergy between its brands and sports.
After five years of continuing domestic growth, Alan Fenwick discusses Turner CN Enterprises’ plans to take the comedy series ‘Adventure Time’ global, beginning with the EMEA.
U.K. toy store The Entertainer opened its first international location in Dubai last week.
ZDF Enterprises has secured a number of new international sales for preschool series “Q Pootle 5.”
In the run up to Miffy’s 60th anniversary in 2015, Mercis has signed new apparel partnerships for the character in Italy and Israel.
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