A 21-year veteran of the licensing business, Evans talks us through her career highlights...
Yvette Jordan (stand 383) is an artist and illustrator who combines traditional fine art methods with graphic design skills.
Artist Ann Edwards (stand 295) is launching three new properties for the greetings card, gift and homeware markets at this year’s BLE.
HallidayBooks (stand 390) is a new independent publisher created and run by Nicholas Halliday. The company’s aim is to produce original, beautifully illustrated and high-quality children's books.
Stephanie Dyment has so far had a successful career as an artist and illustrator in the greetings card industry.
TAYMAI stands for Tell All Your Mates About It and specialises in converting character properties into online fan communities and commercial success stories.
David Severn (stand 290) is back in the UK after many years based in Tokyo, drawing on his experience as a freelance illustrator in commercial and educational fields.
Evolution’s a wonderful thing and, I am told, nowhere more than in interactive media. In years past, ‘interaction’ probably meant waiting to press the ‘red button’ on the TV remote control - perhaps not the most engaging of activities.
The legal starting point for any host of a website is that the host will not become responsible for content posted by others on the site until put 'on notice' about the nature of the content.
Mobile games. Depending on who you talk to it's either a sector that's searching for its next big growth spurt or the only segment of the mobile content industry with an established, proven business model that makes money.
He could have been a sperm donor or a life model, instead he chose the licensing business. Max Arguile talks us through his 12 years in the industry...
We decided it was time to highlight some of young talent currently making a name for themselves in the licensing business. Samantha Loveday offers up 20 execs, the majority of whom are either 30 or under or have been in the business for five years or less…