With MAGIC Market Week in full swing, it’s only fitting that License! Global looks at the trends that will shape the licensed apparel business in 2014.
Talent agency N.S. Bienstock has been appointed as the licensing agent for Veria Living, a media brand devoted to health and wellness.
Ludorum has appointed Licensing Street as its U.S. licensing consultant for the preschool show “Chuggington.”
Reeder Brand Management will represent the brand of the late Chris Farley for licensing.
Photographic agency Magnum Photos has tapped Trunk Archive as its licensing agent in North America.
m4e has tapped Dutch brand licensing agency License Connection to represent its girls brand Mia and me in Benelux.
Studio 100 International has appointed ABC Licensing to represent its flagship brand, Maya the Bee, in Australia and New Zealand.
Bulldog Licensing has signed on to represent the CBBC kids’ drama “Wolfblood” for licensing in the U.K.
Brand licensing agency Global Icons is the new exclusive worldwide representative for the Ironman endurance sports brand.
WikiLeaks has discovered a new way to bring in revenue for its non-profit company, known for publishing classified documents–licensing.
Gaumont International Television and NBCUniversal have appointed Evolution USA as the global licensing agency for the TV series “Hannibal.”
41 Entertainment has appointed Plus Licens in Moscow to handle licensing and merchandising activities for its new Pac-Man series in Russia.
Lawless Entertainment has been appointed as the worldwide representative for the new children’s property Raising Maddie.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has appointed Haven Licensing to represent is brands in Australia and New Zealand.
One Three Media has appointed Brand Central to represent its new game show.
Chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck is teaming up with Beanstalk to expand his brand and culinary expertise into new categories and product lines.
Coolabi has appointed SMC Entertainment Group as the exclusive licensing agent in North America for “Poppy Cat.”
Californian tabletop designer Laurie Gates has tapped IMG Licensing as his exclusive worldwide licensing agency.
Ink has appointed Rizon Studios Licensing as Subway Surfers' newest sub-agent in the U.K. and Ireland.
Lawless Entertainment has signed on to represent the properties of Animagic Media Group.
Mercis, which owns the Miffy property among others, has appointed CPLG Italy to represent its brands for licensing.
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