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BLE confirms venue and dates for next five years

Event to remain at London’s ExCeL until at least 2024, organisers confirm.

Brand Licensing Europe will remain at ExCeL London until at least 2024, the organiser of the show has confirmed this morning.

The show dates for the next five years have been set as the following:

  • October 6-8, 2020
  • September 28-30, 2021
  • September 20-22, 2022
  • October 3-5, 2023
  • September 24-26, 2024

“It’s a great feeling to lock down the dates for BLE right up until 2024,” commented BLE event director Anna Knight, “and we wanted to share this news with the industry as soon as possible so they can also plan ahead.”

2019 sees BLE marking its 21st anniversary, running at its new home of ExCeL London from October 1-3.

It has grown exponentially since its launch in 1999 and now brings together more than 7,800 licensing professionals from all over the world to do business with 260+ brand owners from right across the licensing spectrum.

For 2019, BLE will highlight a number of licensing categories currently bursting with creativity and potential in Europe, including animation, gaming and eSports, heritage and interiors and publishing. Immersive, interactive activations, pavilions and conference content will bring these categories to life and provide unique educational experiences for visitors.

You can register for the show by clicking on this link.

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