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Those new to the show this year include Van Gogh Museum, Chefclub and License This! winners Sophie Jonas-Hill and Joel Mercer.
Brand Licensing Europe has detailed the initial list of companies confirmed to exhibit at the 2022 event, which runs from September 20th to 22nd at ExCeL London.
Those new to the show this year include Van Gogh Museum, Chefclub, Le Petit Prince Licensing and License This! winners Sophie Jonas-Hill and Joel Mercer.
Other confirmed exhibitors include:
Character & Entertainment: Aardman Animations, Acamar Films, Animaccord, BANDAI NAMCO Europe, Banijay Brands, Bulldog Licensing, Caroline Mickler, Crunchyroll, Cyber Group Studios, Hasbro, Le Petit Prince, Mattel, NBCUniversal, NECA, Penguin Ventures, SEGA, Sanrio, Rocket Licensing, Rainbow, The Pokémon Company, The Smurfs, Warhammer, Studio 100, Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe, TF1 Licensing, Toei Animation, Walker Books, Wildbrain CPLG, WWE, and more.
Brand & Lifestyle: Admiral Sportswear, art ask agency, Imperial War Museums, Metrostar, Natural History Museum, The National Gallery, Tour de France & Dakar, V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum), Yale University, Beanstalk, Tinderbox, TSBA, Pink Key Licensing, Perfetti Van Melle, AC Milan, Metrostar, Dorna Sports, Roadsign, Brandgenuity, Golden Goose, and more
Art, Design & Image: Caroline Mickler, Vicki Thomas Associates, Scatterbrain Studios, Sophie Jonas-Hill and more.
The theme for this year’s event is fashion, with BLE 2022 set to welcome a renowned fashion keynote, daily themed catwalk shows, product showcases and conference sessions.
Visitor registration is open now at www.brandlicensing.eu.
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