Entara builds on Domo brand

GB Eye and Bravado sign up to become licensees of Japanese cult property.
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Cult Japanese brand Domo continues to build momentum in the UK, with Entara adding two more licensees to its stable.

GB Eye, which has been selling licensed film, music, branded and iconic images for over 21 years, has added Domo to its portfolio of top brands. These include The Simpsons, Heroes, High School Musical, Spongebob Squarepants and WWE amongst others.

Meanwhile, Bravado develops and markets licensed merchandise globally and will be producing a range of Domo t-shirts and hooded sweatshirts aimed at teens and adults.

Karen McNally, VP of licensing and marketing at Entara, offered: "The appointment of these highly skilled, design-focused licensees form a key part of our on-going strategy to augment the animated character's appeal among creative enthusiasts, amongst which Domo has already built up a strong cult following.

"With their expertise and good retail distribution offering extensive global reach, we are confident Domo's iconic status will continue to attract fans far and wide."

Mike Cunsolo, licensing and creative executive at GB Eye, added: "GB Eye is passionate about its product and we are very proud to continue to work with the biggest and best names in the licensing world. Our new licensing agreement with Entara and Domo is the perfect new addition to our portfolio."

Meanwhile, Bravado's marketing director Rob Edwards, said: "Bravado is delighted to be working with such an inimitable character as Domo and is thrilled to be part of the global Domo-nation."

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