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.
Retail marketing company TCC has partnered with the WWRD Group to launch a range of kitchen products featuring celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
Bassett Furniture has extended its partnership with HGTV through 2019.
The National Gallery Company has partnered with DeVancer for iBeanis tablet cushion bean bags featuring two of the museum's most well-known paintings.
Polaroid and the Sharpe Company are developing a new program for lifestyle merchandise inspired by the iconic photography brand.
Lisa Marks Associates has signed new deals to bring the Peeps confectionery brand to a range of new categories including publishing and homewares.
Apparel brand Jockey International is entering the bedding market in a new licensing agreement with the Pacific Coast Feather Company.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has signed several U.K. licensees for its new animated comedy adventure series "Danger Mouse."
Smiley is continuing to expand its presence in the back-to-school market with the addition of 12 licensees in key territories across Europe.
The Joester Loria Group has brokered a new deal to bring The World of Eric Carle to a range of bottle and pacifier items from Bottle Pets in the U.S. and Canada.
Gold’s Gym has tapped First Design Global to develop and manufacture a line of branded drinkware and food storage products for the fitness brand.
The National Gallery Company will work with craft, fabric and thread specialist DMC to develop a licensed range of National Gallery needlecraft kits.
Best Buy is planning two new in-store retail spaces in partnership with Sony Electronics and Samsung.
Bold apparel and accessories brand Loudmouth has paired with Hunter Manufacturing to create drinkware and pet products featuring its patterns.
Home lifestyle brand Blissliving Home has partnered with Avanti Linens for a new range of shower curtains, bath towels, bath rugs and bath accessories in the U.S. and Canada.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added a host of new gifting licensees for the Classic Thunderbirds brand at the Spring Fair trade show this week.
Peanuts Worldwide has signed a deal with Mark Feldstein & Associates to develop a range of clocks and nightlights featuring the heritage brand.
General Mills has tapped Nifty Home Products to create a line of Betty Crocker-branded bakeware and cookware accessories that will debut at retail later this year.
Nostalgia Home Fashions has unveiled five new bedding collections inspired by the British TV drama "Downton Abbey."
Knockout Licensing adds two new licensees to the "Downton Abbey" program for a collection of yarns and pajamas.
Licensing agency the JRL Group has been selected to represent Estwing Tools, best known for its line of solid steel hammers.
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