A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Video care monitoring company Seedonk is planning a new series of consumer technology products featuring the Kodak brand.
Game developer Atari is planning a mobile fitness app that incorporates its classic video games such as "Pong" and "Centipede" into exercise routines.
The University of California, Davis has partnered with alumni-owned business City Bicycle Company to create a branded bicycle.
Harley-Davidson is partnering with Cobra Electronics for a special, limited edition Harley-Davidson-branded CB radio.
Brand development and licensing agency Carmella Johns Unlimited has appointed Segal Licensing to represent the lifestyle brand Ragnar in Canada.
Lowe’s and the Sherwin-Williams Company are pairing to bring the HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams line to Lowe’s and Sherwin-Williams retail locations.
The International Consumer Electronics Show is planning a special FamilyTech Summit at the 2015 show Jan. 7.
The Victoria & Albert Museum in South Kensington, England, has announced a series of new licensing partnerships for products ranging from stationery to textiles.
Santoro London continues to grow the global licensing programs for its art brands Mirabelle and Kori Kumi.
"Downton Abbey" continues to add to its roster of gift and home furnishings inspired by the aristocratic Crawley family.
Scholastic Media is collaborating with Intel to design interactive gaming content using voice and gesture interaction technology.
HGTV Home has launched a new baby furniture collection, now available exclusively in 86 BuyBuy Baby stores in the U.S.
Home accessories designer Jonathan Adler has partnered with party supply company PartyLite for a line of candles, fragrances and home décor.
Forbes has licensed its name to the Swiss-based technology company Lotaris for a new mobile payment system called Forbes Digital Commerce.
JELC, global licensing agent for the Silentnight, has signed the first brand extension for the U.K. bed and mattress brand.
Striker Entertainment has gathered a group of top licensees for Summit Entertainment’s new blockbuster Divergent.
The Good Sign brand, which literally features a yellow road sign that reads “This is a Good Sign,” has signed a series of new licensing deals.
With the huge scope and success of its Better Homes and Gardens brand, Meredith has solidified the foundation of its licensing efforts and is looking to expand.
Home fashion and lifestyle brand Designers Guild has appointed the newly created London licensing agency Bloom to represent its brand.
DreamWorks Animation and children’s housewares brand Land of Nod are partnering for a brand new program that will feature DWA’s Little Golden Books characters.
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