Pokémon signs licensing deals ahead of BLE

Published on: 11th October 2016

The company has announced four new deals to extend its reach in France.

pikachu480The signings include a deal with Ravensburger for puzzles, which is set to launch two kids’ Pokémon puzzles this autumn, with additional lines planned for 2017.

The latest signings add to the growing slate of new European licensees, and complement The Pokémon Company International’s existing range of products already in the market throughout the continent.

Mathieu Galante, senior market development manager for The Pokémon Company International, said: “The momentum behind Pokémon’s 20th year is showing little sign of letting up, and the brand continues to go from strength to strength as it delights and engages loyal fans of all ages. This collection of fantastic new licensing deals, with best-in-class partners, further strengthens Pokémon’s consumer products programme in France and Europe, and bodes extremely well for continued success into 2017.”


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