Fanattik signs major merchandise deal with Netflix

Pop culture company, Fanattik has secured a multi-territory, multi-year deal with Netflix to produce gifts and collectables featuring some of the streaming giant’s most popular shows.

The deal is Fanattik’s first with a streaming service.

Products featuring Stranger Things, The Witcher and One Piece will be available to retailers in the UK, Europe and beyond from Q2 2024.

“Both Fanattik and Netflix focus on the fans; we have been creating fan favourite products for over 15 years and with so much synergy between us, this agreement feels like the natural partnership for both companies,” commented Anthony Marks, md at Fanattik.

Melissa Tudor, creative director at Fanattik, continued: “The entire design team including myself are such huge fans of Netflix, we intend to pour a lot of passion into every piece we create.”

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