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Buyer bites – Stanfords

What’s performing well for Tony Maher and Dan Lewis.

The Source grabs five minutes with some key retailers to find out what licensed properties have been doing well for them and their predictions for the run up to Christmas.

Today: Stanfords.

Tony Maher, managing director, and Dan Lewis, marketing, Stanfords:

“We have expanded our selection of key children’s character products – with Peppa Pig, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Paddington and Shaun the Sheep merchandise doing well for us.

“On the adult side, we anticipate continuing to do well with London Underground (including Mr Men in London products) and National Geographic branded products.”

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