This special report identifies the hot retailers to watch that are all driving change, innovation and expansion
Steven Ekstract of License Global looks at the larger trends unveiled by the success of ‘Pokémon Go’
Despite growing up in the digital age, 98 percent of Generation Z prefers to shop in brick-and-mortar retail locations, according to a new study from IBM and the National Retail Federation.
Companies wishing to be considered for License! Global's exclusive, annual Top 150 Global Licensors report must submit information by no later than Feb. 17.
The 17 trends that will define brand licensing in 2017.
A look at how Licensing Expo's Matchmaking Service provided the perfect opportunity to bolster Lonely Dog's licensing portfolio.
Dollar sales for the first four weeks of the 2016 holiday shopping season fell 3 percent compared to the 2015 season, according to the NPD Group’s weekly point-of-sale results.
Although the brand is best known for racing, Goodyear now has its hand in the footwear, apparel and other consumer product categories.
President-elect Donald Trump has brought on a whole new meaning to celebrity licensing, will it tarnish or enhance his brand name?
DHX Media and Ipsos, a provider of public opinion research, have unveiled the results from their survey that studies how children consume entertainment content and brands.
As the licensing industry gathers in South Korea for the Seoul Character & Licensing Fair, License! Global taps Dow Famulak of Global Brands Group to highlight a variety of factors that are creating new possibilities in the Asian marketplace.
Top executives from Sequential Brands Group, Seltzer Licensing, Global Brands Group and Authentic Brands Group share their insights on ways to drive a brand’s success at retail.
Barry Drinkwater shares whats on the horizon for Global Merchandising Services.
Disney has unseated LEGO as the world's most powerful brand, thanks in large part to the record-breaking success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, according to Brand Finance's annual Global 500 report.
License! Global sits down with top brand licensing executives as they discuss one of the biggest challenges facing the licensing sector today–the rapidly changing retail market.
Eric Beder of Wunderlich Securities explains the steps brand management companies need to take in order to improve their returns and ascend to their previous positions on the S&P 500.
The UEFA Euro 2016 licensing program was one of the largest and most comprehensive programs within the sports sector this year due to IMG's huge international network.
Ten licensing trends that need to be on your radar in 2016.
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