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Gadget and gift specialist increases licensed gadget portfolio with new deal.
Adrian Whyles arrives to oversee launch of Skunk Fu toy line.
Licensing programme for evergreen brand continues to grow with new sticker collection.
Ubisoft rolls out four toys based on its successful Rayman Raving Rabbids franchise.
Toy Network secured as amusement plush licensee for Latin American property.
Music and ringtones character owner signs plush licence with Whitehouse Leisure.
Broadcast deals, licensees and new online store all bolster Spellbound brand.
Model Nell McAndrew helps Fisher-Price officially launch new collection at London store.
Firm signs a master licence for Aardman's Oscar winning brand, Wallace & Gromit.
Harry Potter edition of top selling board game unveiled at Regent Street store.
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After success in plush and greetings, popular sentiment brand is eyeing new categories.
Toy firm extends National History Museum-branded licensed games.
Sambro reveals product details for Thumb Wrestling Federation range.
Key licences like Disney Princess and Hannah Montana perform for the firm.
Red hot property continuing to attract licensees.
Net revenues of $1.3 billion reported as Star Wars, Transformers, Playskool and Littlest Pet Shop continue to perform.
Females working in the toy, entertainment and licensing industries all welcome to London event.
Find out more about the greetings cards, wrap, stationery and party specialist.
Consumers to spend less this Christmas, but apparel, toys and movies all on shopping lists.
Research conducted by toy firm Playmobil shows mums and dads will ignore credit crunch this Christmas.
Ben 10, Bakugan, Star Wars and In The Night Garden all featured in TRA run down.
Mattel is working with Nelvana to create a new animated series based on Hot Wheels.
Cartoon Network working with newly signed agency CTM in territory; RTL2 signed up for broadcast.
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