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Bologna Licensing Trade Fair

Bologna Licensing Trade Fair pitches itself as the only international kids licensing trade show, devoted to the subsidiary rights of brands and properties for children and teens.

The BLTF/Kids has become an integral part of Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Located at the heart of the fair, the 16th edition will be held from 6-9 March 2023.

Bringing together the major international licensing and entertainment players, BLTF/Kids features more than 600 brands, the Licensing Retail Lounge, the Fashion Product Showcase, plus an area dedicated to licensees looking for new retail deals.

BLTF is also part of the Global Rights Exchange – the digital platform launched by BCBF in 2020. The section is aimed at supporting all year round the development of properties and brands into the consumer product, publishing and audio visual sectors for children, teens and young adult.

For further details in BLTF, simply click here.

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