Scottish FA’s Steven Romeo on launching product that’s grounded in quality, authenticity – and not afraid to be Scottish
With the Euros now in full swing, we caught up with Steven to find out more about how activity on the field fuels opportunities off it.
Start Licensing’s Ian Downes looks at how restaurant brands like Wagamama, Harry Ramsden’s and Yo! Sushi are embracing the retail space with licensed ready meals, sauces and cooking kits.
We caught up with the designer behind the range, THG’s Jared Hawkmoon, to find out more about his approach to bringing Loki into apparel.
“As shoes represent very organic objects, made from flexible material, it was a fun challenge to translate this into the LEGO System in Play, which by nature is square and blocky,” said LEGO’s Florian Müller.
“We have the full support from an incredible line-up of speakers and panellists, all set to inspire, educate and connect, for the common good,” said Helena Mansell-Stopher, curator of SILC and founder of Products of Change.
We caught up with Hannah to find out more about her approach to working with sports brands – and where she sees opportunities for St Andrews.
When the Xbox Series X console was unveiled in 2019, some on social media said it resembled a fridge-freezer – now a real Xbox Mini Fridge is on the way.
“The sense of fun, wonder and the imaginative spirit that we hold real affection for in the world of Pirates of the Caribbean always felt like it could be complementary to the world of Sea of Thieves,” said Sea of Thieves’ Executive Producer Joe Neate.
Stephanie Kupperman on cult movies – and the ethos behind new agency Licensing 360.
Bethan Garton, Commercial Director at The Point.1888, lifts the lid on the development process behind Iceland’s successful line of frozen treats based on classic Barratt sweets brands.