The first edition of 2017 also comes with a CPLG Classics special publication.
The spring 2017 issue of the Licensing Source Book is now available to read online.
The edition is packed full of exclusive content, covering every aspect of the licensing industry.
The issue is accompanied by a 24-page CPLG Classics special publication, which takes a look at the licensing plans surrounding brands including Sesame Street, Care Bears, Pink Panther, Space Invaders, Sonic the Hedgehog and Felix the Cat. You can read the publication by clicking on this link.
To whet your appetite, here’s just a taster of what’s included in the spring edition.
We ask some key licensors, licensees and agents how the drop in the value of the £pound against the $dollar and the euro has affected them, and how they are having to adapt their business going forward.
Meanwhile, the industry trends of unboxing and the ‘maker movement’ are put under the spotlight, while we also take a look at the thriving UK animation scene.
We get face to face with StudioCanal, BBC Worldwide, MTW Toys, Help for Heroes, the British Museum and TSBA Group, as well as getting the low down on Skinnydip‘s licensing plans.
We also feature our State of the Nation news sections, focusing on Corporate, Nursery, Preschool, Schoolers, Adult, Sports, Art & Design and Brands.
And, speaking of brands, we chat to the sponsors of this year’s Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards to find out why they are proud to be backing the event.
And, of course, the spring edition wouldn’t be complete without a look at the UK Toy Fair, Spielwarenmesse and Spring Fair.