With several new content initiatives, Cartoon Network Enterprises is poised to offer a broader portfolio and more opportunitites in licensing and events.
Haven will link the 1980’s street art of Keith Haring with Sydney, Australia-based cycling company Attaquer for apparel and accessories.
Cartoon Network has secured a number of broadcast agreements in Australia and New Zealand for its animated series “Ben 10.”
Australia-based Hunter Products has named Tom Neville to the position of vice president of Hunter Products USA.
Nitro Circus has tapped Fist Handwear to release a series of branded gloves.
Global advisory, restricting and investment firm Gordon Brothers has expanded its footprint to Australia.
Boat Rocker Brands and Haven Licensing have tapped clothing manufacturer Caprice for a new range of athleisure inspired by the cast members of “The Next Step” in Australia.
Outfit7’s flagship property “Talking Tom and Friends,” the animated series based on the “Talking Tom and Friends” app franchise, is now available on Netflix in a host of regions.
Illicit Clothing Co., a streetwear brand created by Steve Hodge and illustrator Martin Emond, has appointed Global Licensing NZ to serve as its worldwide licensing agent.
Rodale has appointed two agents–Global Icons and Asembl Brands of Australia–to develop brand licensing programs for the Men’s Health brand throughout the Asia Pacific.
Paws, Inc., licensor of the Garfield property and associated characters, has tapped 19 worldwide licensees to create new Garfield merchandise and campaigns across the globe.
Nickelodeon, Life Like Touring and VStar Entertainment Group have joined forces to launch the live stage show “Paw Patrol Live!: Race to the Rescue” in Australia.
Entertainment One has revealed plans for the first theatrical release of “Peppa Pig” content in the U.K. and Australia.
Sanrio has partnered with Australia-based patisserie café LuxBite to feature Hello Kitty on a range of sweets, in a deal brokered by Haven Licensing.
Paws Inc. has tapped Global Licensing NZ to represent Garfield and associated characters for licensing throughout Australia and New Zealand, beginning Jan. 1, 2017.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe will launch the new video game “Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2” in the EMEA and Australasia regions.
King Features has tapped Kiehl’s, via licensee L’Oreal Australia, to launch a range of grooming kits featuring Popeye.
Sesame Workshop, the non-profit organization behind “Sesame Street,” has named Headstart International as its new regional toy licensee for Australia and New Zealand.
Paws Inc., licensor of the Garfield property and associated characters, has partnered with retailer Peter Alexander to launch branded sleepwear in Australia and New Zealand.
Boat Rocker Brands and Brands with Influence have appointed Haven Licensing to represent the TV series “The Next Step” in Australia and New Zealand.
Nickelodeon Networks Australia and New Zealand has appointed Ben Cox as vice president and general manager.
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