New licensees signed in the US, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa for fashion property.
CopCorp Licensing is continuing to extend the presence of fashion brand, Pink Cookie Design, signing up a number of new US and international licensees.
In the US, four new partners have come on board: Beatrice Home Fashions (bedding, bath accessories, decorative pillows); DGL Group (mobile phone and MP3 accessories); Essex Footwear Group (shoes, boots, sneakers); and Geneva Watch Group (watches).
Tycoon Enterprises, which represents Pink Cookie in Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Chile and Peru, has signed up Impulsora Arra (slippers, flip flops and sandals for the Mexican market) and Rhein Chile (notepads, binders, wrapping paper).
Meanwhile, in Europe, Germany's John GmbH has been granted the rights to make exercise balls, mats, sets, basketballs and hula hoops among other items, to be sold in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The deal was brokered by Euro Lizenzen.
Over in France, MJA Licensing has appointed Sahinler to produce Pink Cookie nightwear, underwear and daywear.
Copyright Licensing Agency, the sub-agent for the Middle East and North Africa, has also secured its first Pink Cookie licensee in the region: Dubai Library Distributors will make a range of school bags, paper products, stationery, water bottles and lunch boxes throughout UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bharain, Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Qatar and Yemen.
Finally, CopCorp has signed the first Pink Cookie partner in South Africa, with S.A Greetings making back to school products among other items.
"The Pink Cookie licensing programme continues to grow rapidly as this fun and versatile fashion brand is embraced by manufacturers, retailers and other fans around the world," said CopCorp president, Carole Postal.