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UK names star in leading licensees listing

The 175 Leading Licensees 2018 report highlights key names across all categories.

A host of UK companies have been named in the new 175 Leading Licensees 2018 report.

Compiled from reader surveys and License Global industry intelligence, the report – which has been expanded from 150 licensees in 2017 – is published in the latest edition of the US title.

UK-based licensees featured in the report include: Amscan, Avec UK, Blues Clothing, Blueprint Collections, Centum Books, Character Options, Character World, Cooneen, Corsair, Danilo, Egmont, Fashion UK, GB eye, Golden Bear, Kinnerton, Misirli, Museums and Galleries, Paladone, Paul Dennicci, Penguin Random House, Poetic Brands, Pyramid, Roy Lowe & Sons, Sambro, TDP Textiles, Vivid and VMC Accessories.

Major licensees originating from other countries such as the US and Japan, but with an office in the UK – such as TOMY, LEGO, Mattel and Hasbro to name a few – also made the listing.

You can view the full 175 Leading Licensees report by clicking here.

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