2014 was year of big successes (Frozen), milestones (Hello Kitty’s 40th) and industry-changing innovations (3D printing). Here’s a recap of the news that shaped the year.
Crayola has teamed with Bloomingdale’s for the new I Am Color campaign that includes fashion collaborations, window displays and in-store events.
Disney Consumer Products is celebrating one of the studio's most iconic characters with a massive assortment of products inspired by the upcoming film Cinderella.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has teamed with Xbox to bring the Fast & Furious film franchise to the video game "Forza Horizon 2."
Feld Motor Sports and Strottman international have once again partnered with home improvement retailer Lowe’s to bring back Monster Jam-themed Build and Grow Clinics.
Mobile publisher Behaviour Interactive has released a new puzzle game based on DreamWorks Animation's upcoming film Home.
Ravensburger has unveiled an expansive new collection of licensed puzzles featuring a cast of Disney Junior, Disney and Disney/Pixar characters.
All American Licensing & Management Group has tapped Bow Wow Pets to develop a line of pet products featuring the Dog for Dog charity.
Retailer Stein Mart will open 11 new stores this year as part of its growth plan that began in 2014.
Brand Central has promoted two of its key team members–Jodi Bogdanoff to vice president of licensing and Nancy Sanieoff to senior licensing manager.
Nickelodeon revealed a roster of new series coming to the network this year and beyond in its annual Upfront presentation in New York City Wednesday.
Bandai and Sync Beatz Entertainment have released the new “Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Angel” app, based on '90s digital handheld game.
Reeder Brand Management will represent the brand of the late Chris Farley for licensing.
Scooby-Doo is joining forces with the North Shore Animal League America’s Tour for an animal adoption tour across the U.S.
Cartoon Network unveiled a lineup of new series for the upcoming season, as well as platform-specific original programming.
The TV series "Nutri Ventures" is heading to public schools across the U.S. in a new collaboration with the Partnership for a Healthier America.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped video game publisher Little Orbit for the “How to Train Your Dragon 2” video game.
NFL Players Inc. is launching a Mobile Madness challenge to find an innovative mobile gaming concept.
Actress Sofia Vergara is entering the fragrance business in a new partnership with Parlux Fragrances and Maesa for her debut scent.
The LEGO Group and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have revealed 16 LEGO minifigures inspired by “The Simpsons.”
Fuhu, the creator of the Nabi kids’ tablet, has partnered with Simon Property Group to develop a technology-inspired kids’ experience, designed with DreamWorks.
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