Trade body members have until Monday January 7th to make recommendations.
LIMA is urging its members to nominate their representative for the 2013 LIMA Hall of Fame.
The honour is awarded to those individuals who are deemed to have made a continual and outstanding contribution to the licensing industry. LIMA is asking members to identify individuals from around the globe who deserve to be considered for the accolade.
Nominations - which should be received by end of play on Monday January 7th - are reviewed and considered by a committee of industry executives. They narrow the list to a select group of finalists and then submit to the LIMA board of directors.
The winner will join luminaries such as Howard Roffman from Lucas Licensing and Fisher-Price's Stan Clutton, who were inducted in 2012.
Candidates must have been actively involved in the business of licensing for a minimum of 15 years. Nominations should be made online at LIMA's website and required a detailed description of the depth and breadth of the candidate's contribution.
"This is a unique opportunity for us as an industry to recognise those who make a continued and outstanding contribution to licensing, and a chance for colleagues to show their appreciation," said Kelvyn Gardner, MD of LIMA UK.
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