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.
A year after announcing plans to launch an eponymous lifestyle brand, comedian and TV personality Ellen DeGeneres has launched ED by Ellen online.
Alternative tattoo artist Paul Booth has launched an exclusive line of home goods.
Sequential Brands Group is in talks with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to acquire the licensing and publishing company, according to a WSJ report.
Jay Companies will launch designer Tracy Porter’s Poetic Wanderlust collection of housewares.
Electrolux Global Brand Licensing has signed a host of new deals for its AEG, Frigidaire, Zanussi and Eureka brands across a range of categories.
Maurizio Distefano Licensing announced two more licenses in the Italian market for the preschool series “Masha and the Bear,” in the home furnishings category.
Bulldog Licensing has added four more licensees for Moose Toys' collectible brand Shopkins.
Online design brand Made.com has joined forces with the British modern homes magazine Livingetc to create eight capsule furniture collections over the next two years.
Marvel and Disney Consumer Products are traveling into new territories with a line of superhero-inspired luggage and travel accessories.
Knockout Licensing has signed Kingsdown as the newest licensee for the TV series “Downton Abbey.”
Bulldog Licensing has brokered a new agreement for design brand Tired Ted with personalized art company Yoofiti.
Haven Licensing will now represent Artestar and manage the licensing of its art, design and pop culture brands in Australia and New Zealand.
Loudmouth has teamed up with Sourcingpartner to create a line of office accessories in its bold, bright patterns.
The National Geographic Society has selected Mottahedeh to create porcelain dinnerware and gifts for its National Geographic Home brand in North America.
Shoppers are taking their time in hopes of deeper discounts over the Thanksgiving weekend and late in the season, according to National Retail Federation.
Character World has announced a secondary management buyout that will allow the licensee to expand internationally.
Dreamtex has signed on with Universal Partnerships & Licensing for a Jurassic World home textile collection that will include bedding, cushions, towels and blankets.
NextLock has teamed with Westinghouse to create the new Westinghouse Security brand, in a deal brokered by NextLock's agent, Harris-Sachs.
Entertainment One Licensing has added a raft of new deals for Peppa Pig in Australia in a range of categories including toys, homewares and food.
Pretty Ugly is partnering with Fathead to bring its Uglydoll brand to wall graphics with a new partnership.
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