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Cherokee Global Brands has entered into a new agreement with U.K. retailer Argos to launch Cherokee lifestyle products in its stores and online.
Disney Consumer Products and Lucasfilm revealed some of the first global licensees signed on for the upcoming film Star Wars: Episode VII–The Force Awakens.
Marvel has teamed with Funko to create a subscription box service called Marvel Collector Corps.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, and the LEGO Group have unveiled their 2015 slate of LEGO video games.
The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association is now accepting online entries for the 2015 Licensing Excellence Awards.
Kate Spade & Company and Walton Brown have created a number of joint ventures focused on growing the Kate Spade brand in Greater China.
Toys 'R' Us announced a significant expansion of its ongoing support of the Special Olympics with a sponsorship of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games and more.
European animation studio Rainbow has a launched new family attraction, the Rainbow Cartoon Lab, which shows children how an illustrated series is developed.
Carte Blanche Group has appointed Biplano to represent its classic Me to You property, and the brand's signature character, Tatty Teddy, in France.
Brands with Influence Worldwide has negotiated a deal with Frances Lincoln for a range of stationery products featuring The Famous Five brand.
Quill.com and NBCUniversal have extended their licensing partnership for the “The Office”-inspired Dunder Mifflin office products.
Spending has leveled off in the beginning of the year due in part to severe winter weather in much of the country.
Dream Theatre has partnered with adidas to build the licensing presence of Real Madrid in India.
Nottingham Forest has appointed Planeta Editorial to develop a range of Spanish titles for its Sendokai Champions brand worldwide.
Bandai has introduced a robust portfolio of branded entertainment toys for both boys and girls this week at New York Toy Fair.
The Toy Industry Association gave its predictions for the trends that will drive the toy industry this year.
Innovation First has partnered with Bioworld Merchandising for an apparel range featuring its Hexbug robotic toy brand.
Workwear brand Dickies is introducing a new collection of healthcare apparel designed for rental in the industrial laundry market.
Bell/Ranger Outdoor Apparel is planning a new line of clothing featuring the HillBilly brand.
A swath of big-brand companies are already slated to exhibit at Brand Licensing Europe this year, which will return to London’s Olympia Oct. 7-9.
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