Designer Scott Rogers and Ravensburger’s Cassidy Werner on bringing Alien to the tabletop with Fate of the Nostromo
Scott and Cassidy shed light on bringing the fear and tension of the iconic film to a board game experience.
We caught up with Emma to find out more about her approach to design – and why she feels the fashion industry’s perception of the licensing space is changing.
Wild in Art’s co-founder Charlie Langhorne on licensing for big, bonkers and brilliant public art trails
From The Snowman and snails to gorillas and Gromit, Charlie Langhorne puts art in the wild for Wild in Art…
Brand Licensing Europe teams with Mojo Nation on new Inventions & Product Innovations category for its License This! competition
The competition is now open – and winners will receive a free stand at BLE 2022, one-on-one consultation with members of the judging panel, and free memberships to Licensing International and Products of Change.
Start Licensing’s Ian Downes looks at how brands give theme parks a great chance to deliver fresh experiences that are original, individual and creatively lead.
Talking Brands: Atari and Monopoly have hotels in the works… What other brands could be a great fit for the hospitality sector?
Making Things’ Fi Murray, Reemsborko’s Max Arguile and Rainbow Productions’ Simon Foulkes reveal the brands they think would be a great fit for a hotel experience.
“Working with a genuine brand fan in Diplo inspired a new level of creativity, including the first-ever celebrity take on the Classic Crocs Sandal with glowing Jibbitz charms that will help fans stand out even in the dark,” said Crocs’ Heidi Cooley.
Pink Key Licensing’s Richard Pink and Nancy Jones on design, creativity and taking food brands into new areas
We caught up with Richard Pink, MD at Pink Key, and Nancy Jones, Pink Key’s Head of Business Development, to talk food brands, the power of archives and their route into licensing.
JCB’s General Manager of Worldwide Licensing, Sam Johnson, on keeping the brand fresh after 20 years
Sam Johnson, General Manager of Worldwide Licensing at JCB, on the advice he’d give his younger self…
The 40-piece collection boasts Nerf’s core colour palette of orange and blue – with pops of purple, neon green and yellow.