Rockpool Licensing and LMI join forces to expand licensing programmes

Published on: 7th January 2015

Rockpool Licensing and LMI are teaming up to develop new licensing initiatives for LMI’s portfolio of properties.Rockpoo-feature-webx

In addition to Game of Thrones, which LMI represents through Bradford License Europe, LMI also represents brands such as MG, Morris, Austin-Healey, BSA and Shell in association with Innovation 1st.

Vickie O’Malley, MD of Rockpool will be seeking new partnerships on LMI’s behalf using her network and experience gained in developing some of the most successful consumer products programmes.

Vickie said: “It’s fantastic to be working with Andrew and the team to extend the programmes for their properties. Game of Thrones is naturally a key focus and I’m especially interested to meet potential partners in homewares, gifting, jewellery and collectables at upcoming trade fairs.”

Andrew Maconie, CEO LMI, said: “We are delighted to be working with Vickie and feel that together we can develop some innovative partnerships with key licensees.”


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