Licensees and retail partners honoured at annual awards

Published on: 31st March 2017

Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products (NVCP) held its annual UK Achievement Awards on Thursday 30th March.

Nickelodeon-480Eight awards were presented by Marianne James and Mark Kingston. The pair were joined on stage by Chase and Marshall from the hit Nick Jr. property, Paw Patrol.

Asda won for Retail Campaign of the Year for the Paw Patrol Summer campaign. The Entertainer were named Retail Partnership of the Year in recognition of the support shown to the Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. brands with its range of Science Kits and Dough Lines, now available internationally.

MV (outdoor) won for Innovative Hard Line Product or Range with its Chase Cruiser receiving a special mention from the NVCP team.

Dr. Martens were lauded for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles range winning Collaboration of the Year while Sambro was named Licensee of the Year for its efforts in pursuing business opportunities and developing diverse and innovative product lines praised.

The complete list of winners is as follows:

Retail Campaign of the Year
Asda Paw Patrol Summer event

Retail Partnership of the Year
The Entertainer

Soft Lines Partner of the Year
Blues Clothing Ltd.

Content Partner of the Year
Egmont Publishing

Innovative Hard Line Product or Range of the Year
MV (outdoor)

Collaboration of the Year
Dr. Martens Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles range

Licensee of the Year

Long-standing Partnership


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