The first drop will include the HARIBO Goldbears-inspired CA Pro and the Happy Cherries-inspired Street Rider trainers.
We caught up with Michael Louw, Key Account Manager at Dean’s, to find out why a collaboration with Aardman made sense – and what went into the development of the range.
The 21-piece collaboration sees the four bandmates each put their individual stamp on classic Fred Perry silhouettes.
Measuring 6.5 metres by 1.5 metres, the blanquet – a blanket shaped like a banquet table – is big enough for more than twenty people to lounge on.
Start Licensing’s Ian Downes looks at the upcoming launch of Budweiser popcorn from Joe & Seph’s, and how the firm is using brand collaborations to drive innovation in the category.
We caught up with Sanderson’s Licensing Manager Liz Bonnert, Head of Partnerships Fleur Neal and Licensing Assistant Dhamina Mistry to find out more about the firm’s portfolio of brands.
Motul’s Romain Grabowski on authenticity, passion and the brand’s vast potential in the lifestyle space
To find out more about Motul’s brand values, and why now is the right time to embrace licensing, we caught up with Romain Grabowski, Head of Brand at Motul.
With clients including Kellogg’s, Disney, WWF and Tesco, Gary Pope discusses the licences and values he holds.
This month, industry figures are looking at the UK’s most watched drama series of the 21st Century, Line of Duty – and its potential for brand extensions.
The new funding competition will see Innovate UK invest up to £2.5m in innovative projects from UK registered micro and small businesses in the creative sector.