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Further licensees land for Moon and Me

Cube, Dreamtex, Kinnerton, Kokomo, Spearmark latest to come on board.

The list of licensees on board for the hotly tipped Moon and Me from Andrew Davenport continues to rise.

Sutikki has welcomed a further five partners to the licensing programme in the UK.

Cube will be creating mobile apps and games; Dreamtex will develop a range of bedding and home textiles; Kinnerton will launch licensed seasonal and year-round confectionery; Kokomo will produce health and beauty items; and Spearmark is on board for lunchware, tableware and drinksware.

The newcomers join a healthy portfolio of existing licensees for the new preschool brand, which includes Hasbro and Scholastic as global toy and publishing partners respectively.

“We continue to partner with the industry’s best as we prepare for a comprehensive launch of Moon and Me in the UK in 2018 and beyond,” said Stephen Gould, territory head for the UK and EMEA at Sutikki.

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