The Licensing Book’s October 2011 issue, featuring Brand Licensing Europe and a tribute to rock & roll, is now online. The issue covers international brands including Zinkia, Atlantyca Entertainment, and Saban Brands.
Feature: Our annual look at London’s licensing show, with 40 pages covering the biggest companies and properties, and what they’re planning on the world stage.
Feature: Power Rangers Samurai is exploding across the globe, and Saban Brands is expanding at superhero speed. We talk to Kirk Bloomgarden about the fearsome fivesome, as well as Paul Frank’s expansion into China.
Tribute to Rock & Roll: Music touches people in a way nothing else can, and music licensors try to capture that feeling with products that stir the imagination. We’ve got them covered with articles on Fender, Elvis Presley Enterprises, Vandor, Rolling Stone, and The Wildflower Group.
Five Questions with Mind Candy: Darran Garnham, head of global licensing, talks about the growth of Moshi Monsters.
Silver Screen Giants: Sony’s Smurfs and Spider-Man are giants on store shelves and silver screens. We look at Sony’s licensing program for its upcoming blockbusters and children’s films.
Geronimo! Atlantyca Speeds Ahead: Atlantyca Entertainment talks about plans for its properties, including Geronimo Stilton.
ITV Boosts Brands with Licensing: ITV Studios lays out its merchandising deals for Alan Titchmarsh and more.
Pocoyo, Grab Your Passport: Zinkia is shopping Pocoyo to Russia and Turkey.