Brand Licensing Europe's Darren Brechin gives attendees the top 10 highlights of the upcoming event.
The NFL Players Association is joining forces with the Fire Department of New York for a limited edition t-shirt collection to celebrate FDNY's 150-year legacy.
Disney Store is gearing up for Force Friday on Sept. 4, the global release date for product from the upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Irreverent Internet sensation Grumpy Cat will be the first-ever cat to be immortalized as a wax figure at Madame Tussauds.
On Sept. 10 the H by Halston collection will debut exclusively on QVC.
DreamWorks Animation's chief global brand officer Michael Francis will step down from his full-time duties at the company in December and transition to a consulting role.
Margaritaville, the tropical lifestyle brand inspired by the songs and lifestyle of singer and songwriter Jimmy Buffett, has enlisted the Joester Loria Group for new food extensions.
Cherokee plans to grow the international presence of its Everyday California brand in a new deal with 5 Horizons Group for a wide assortment of apparel and accessories.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana has added six new licensing partners for its series "Little Charmers," produced in partnership with Spin Master.
The Toy Industry Association executive committee and board announced today that Fall Toy Preview will remain in Dallas, Texas, through 2018.
The National Football League has partnered with Lulu DK Tattoos for a line of jewelry-inspired temporary tattoos featuring all 32 NFL teams.
Rights management company Paidas Management has been named as the global licensing agent for record cover artist Ioannis.
Firefly Brand Management has added California-based art studio Drizzle Studios as the newest licensee for bubble bath brand Mr. Bubble.
Peavey Electronics has added a line musical instruments and accessories featuring Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy to their repertoire.
Imira Entertainment has signed a subscription-video-on-demand deal with Hulu.
For the second year, Walmart has turned to the real toy experts–kids ages 18 months to 12 years–to find this holiday season's top 20 toys.
Pretty Ugly has tapped Franco Manufacturing to create extensions in the bedding, bath and beach product categories for its Uglydoll brand in North America.
Crumbs Bake Shop is planning to launch a new line of products at mass market, including a new cookie line and chocolate bar.
Shwings and Things has signed a deal with Hasbro's My Little Pony for a line of shoe accessories.
Loudmouth has released a new line of officially licensed NCAA gym shorts.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has granted GTech the licensing rights to the iconic TV game shows “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy!” for lottery games.
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