Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
The National Retail Federation is predicting that consumers who celebrate Valentine’s Day will spent slightly more than they did in previous years.
Victory Hill Exhibitions, a global production and distribution company, has appointed Daniel Pearce and Michael Mattox to open its “The Transformers Experience” and “Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.” in Las Vegas, Nev.
Paper Punk has teamed with Hasbro's My Little Pony to release six new Paper Punk kits featuring characters from the franchise.
Kidoz has teamed with the KD Group, makers of the Kurio line of children's electronics, to provide users with a safe and more advanced content discovery experience through the Kidoz app store.
Dick’s Sporting Goods and UberRush have partnered to bring displaced football fans in Chicago and New York City official championship t-shirts after the Super Bowl.
Black + Decker has partnered with Bradshaw International and W Appliance to build its licensing program.
In honor of “Star Trek’s” 50th anniversary, CBS Consumer Products has unveiled a multitude of new licensees for its expanded “Star Trek” merchandising program.
The National Retail Federation says that those celebrating the big game will spend slightly more than they did last year.
Paws, Inc., licensor of Garfield property and associated Garfield characters, has partnered with 16 new companies for new Garfield merchandise around the world.
U.K.-based toy and gift company Wow! Stuff has appointed Frank Adler as its president of its U.S. operation.
Hasbro's board of directors has appointed current company president and chief executive officer, Brian Goldner, as chairman of the board.
Crayola has teamed up with Madame Alexander Doll Company to create a line of co-branded dolls.
Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
Hasbro is showcasing its 2015 lineup of brand experiences at New York Toy Fair including new offerings for all of its top brands.
The Coop is showcasing its licensed lines at New York Toy Fair including new products for AMC's "The Walking Dead," "Star Trek: The Original Series" and "Halo."
Adidas A.C Milan, Chelsea Football Club, FIFA, Automobil Lamborghini and Moto GP are among the 180 companies already signed up to exhibit at this year’s BLE.
CBS Consumer Products has teamed with Titan Books to bring two of its TV series to the printed page–"Elementary" and "Penny Dreadful."
British lifestyle brand Laura Ashley has partnered with rug manufacturer Creative Home Ideas to launch a line of decorative rugs and mats.
Jelly Jam Entertainment has partnered with Kids Preferred for the new Moodsters line of toys and books designed to teach young children about feelings.
Crayola has teamed with Bloomingdale’s for the new I Am Color campaign that includes fashion collaborations, window displays and in-store events.
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