Licensing agency The Joester Loria Group is extending both popular and heritage food and beverage brands to create programs that are not only tasty, but lucrative.
Paws Inc. has tapped International Pet Group to create and distribute a range of pet products inspired by Garfield.
St Andrews Links Trust has renewed its agreement with CPLG to oversee the global licensing program for the 600-year-old Scottish golf course complex.
Toon Goggles has tapped CozyPhones to create a new range of headphones featuring its animated series “Eddie is a Yeti.”
Character World has appointed Tony Lewis to the role of U.K. sales director.
Entertainment One has partnered with a three licensees to create new products inspired by the animated series “Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom” in Brazil.
The Royal Horticultural Society has tapped licensee Whichford Pottery to develop a range of flower pots inspired by the RHS Wildflower Collection.
The British Museum has tapped Arley House to produce a range of branded fabrics illustrated with designs from the Museum’s collection.
Vandor has unveiled several new tabletop collections featuring four of its top licenses–Star Wars, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and The Beatles Yellow Submarine.
AC Worldwide has unveiled a range of officially licensed Bluetooth speakers featuring characters from the “Halo” video game franchise.
Head Sport has partnered with Born Global, part of the Repco Group, to create branded products inspired by the Head brand.
Canada's Studio Licensing has announced the acquisition of Canadian licensing rights to Emoji icons.
Lisa Marks Associates has signed new deals to bring the Peeps confectionery brand to a range of new categories including publishing and homewares.
Genius Brands International has finalized two deals for micro-encapsulation company Celessence Technologies with Build-A-Bear Workshop and Kittrich.
Playboy Enterprises and Burton have unveiled the latest Burton x Playboy snowboard collection, featuring vintage Playboy centerfolds and artwork by tattoo artist Chris Nunez.
License! Global presents its annual Leading Global Licensees feature as a guide to some of the most notable and respected companies in the consumer products business.
Development of virtual reality gaming content has more than doubled among in the past year, according to the Game Developers Conference's State of the Industry survey.
Discovery Consumer Products has partnered with U.K.-based The Ninja Corporation for an outdoor range of Discovery Adventures and Animal Planet products.
The Royal Horticultural Society has tapped The Original Muck Boot Company for a range of multi-purpose gardening boots and shoes.
Los Angeles-based designer Nikki Chu has debuted a new fashion and basics bedding collection, in two deals brokered by licensing agent Jewel Branding & Licensing.
The Royal Horticultural Society has partnered with U.K. Greetings, a direct-to-retail publisher of greeting cards, to produce a range of RHS-branded cards.
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