Brand Licensing Europe's Darren Brechin gives attendees the top 10 highlights of the upcoming event.
Richard Desroches has joined Imports Dragon as director of brands.
Multi-platform media company Shout! Factory has promoted four of its veteran executives.
Brad Globe will step down from his post as president of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, a position he has held for more than a decade, in spring 2016.
Jessica Eriksson has been appointed to the newly created position of licensing manager at Saltkråkan–The Astrid Lindgren Company.
DreamWorks Animation's chief global brand officer Michael Francis will step down from his full-time duties at the company in December and transition to a consulting role.
Brandgenuity has hired former Beanstalk executive Antonia Predovan as director of business development.
Online t-shirt marketplace SunFrog.com has added licensing executive Chris Hallock to its team.
Boutique U.S. licensing agency NOBL Communications has signed on to represent the toy, art and stationery company Cra-Z-Art.
Tim Collins, head of brands for DC Thomson will be leaving the company.
The Greeting Card Association has appointed Certified Association Executive Peter Doherty as its Executive Director.
Hudson’s Bay Company has appointed former Toys 'R' Us chairman and CEO and retail veteran Gerald Storch as chief executive officer, effective Jan. 6.
Big Tent Entertainment has hired Tami Thosath as manager of business development.
Saban Brands has appointed Shannon Smith and promoted Tim Quinlan to the role of vice presidents of business and legal affairs.
The professional wrestling organization WWE has promoted three executives within its consumer products group.
Genius Brands International has announced that Margaret Loesch will join its board of directors.
Home shopping network Evine Live has appointed Penny Burnett as senior vice president and chief merchandising officer.
Madame Alexander Doll Company and Kahn Lucas have appointed Jamie Cygielman as general manager of the Madame Alexander Doll and Dollie & Me brands.
Fender Musical Instruments has named former Disney Consumer Products chairman Andy Mooney as chief executive officer, effective immediately.
Viacom International Media Networks has appointed Jill Offman to bring together the management of its young adult pay TV brands, Comedy Central and MTV.
Nevision has brought in two new industry executives– former Zodiak U.K. Kids & Family CEO Nigel Pickard and former BBC and ITV producer Sharon Bloom.
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