LICENSING NEWS

Leading players back new licensing and merchandising event

Published on: 14th April 2016

The Licensing & Merchandising Showcase will take place at Chelsea Football Club on 5th May.

L&MShowcase-480The event will enable licensors and agents to showcase their IPs to leading retailers and licensees responsible for key buying decisions.

The latest brand owners to attend the event include Jargon from Australia and Lil’ Ledy from Croatia, who will be joining early adopters such as Metrostar Media, TSBA, Carte Blanche Group, Discovery Consumer Products, FremantleMedia, Withit World, Rockpool Licensing, Imperial War Museums, Zodiak Kids, Those Licensing People and Allsorts Licensing.

Carl Lumbard, joint organiser of Licensing & Merchandising Showcase, commented: “We are delighted to be able to cater to the needs of all three sides of the Licensing Triangle, delivering an array of licensors and licensing agents that provide representation from a strong cross-section of the community. Corporate, entertainment, art, lifestyle and heritage brands will be showcased throughout the day.”

The latest retailers and licensees to join the event include Debenhams, Brecrest, Vivid, Centum Books, Creativity International and IC Innovation, which are joining previously confirmed companies such as Asda, Avon, Fashion UK, Gemma, Hallmark, Hornby, Igloobooks, International Greetings, Marks and Spencer, Mothercare, Sainsbury’s, Sapona and The Entertainer.

There are still packages available for licensors and agents. For further details, please contact Richard Milbourn on 0844 561 1230 or email richard.milbourn@carnah.co.uk.

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