Four new licensing partners for BRAVE BUNNIES

Glowberry, creator of the popular preschool animation series BRAVE BUNNIES, and Big Picture Licensing (BPL), its exclusive licensing agent for UK & Eire and master-agent across EMEA and APAC, plus Centa IP, the licensing agent for ANZ region, have signed agreements with four new partners for a range of products that will expand the offerings for the hit kids’ brand.

New deals for the BRAVE BUNNIES brand include Caprice Australia, PMI, Five Mile Press (the publishing division of Regency Media) and Roy Lowe & Sons.

In Australia and New Zealand, Caprice is on-board for apparel, footwear, bags, and home décor. The deal with Five Mile Press includes sticker books, activity books, colouring books, novelty books, flap books and educational books.

The PMI deal spans a wide range of products, including Homeware, BTS/Stationary and Collectables to launch worldwide. Roy Lowe & Sons have signed on for the UK in their specialist category.

Dan Frugtniet, MD at Big Picture Licensing, says: “Big Picture Licensing is very proud to have been working with BRAVE BUNNIES for the last two years… to appoint key strategic partners, licensing agents and new licensees around the world for this beautiful preschool property.

“Our first-wave licensees include Spin Master, Penguin Random House and DeAgostini/Planeta Libra; they are all aligned and launching their products in 2021-22, and now PMI, Roy Lowe & Sons, Five Mile Press and Caprice are all aboard the Bunny Bus for launch in 2022 across Global, UK and Australia/NZ respectively. We are thrilled to welcome to them to the BRAVE BUNNIES family!”

BRAVE BUNNIES, created by Glowberry in coproduction with the leading animation studio Anima, tells the story of the curious and courageous Brave Bunnies Family. They go on a BIG Journey to explore the diverse world around them and find new friends. A unique aspect of the show is its focus on helping children with their first socialization through various games. It also teaches kids to accept the differences of others and be courageous in exploring the world around them.

 

 

 

About Tessa Clayton

A former Chief Sub of Red magazine, Tessa Clayton is the Digital Editor of Licensing.biz and ToyNews. As a freelance journalist she specialised in writing about parenting and family life, and has contributed to a wide variety of publications and websites including Tesco online, Mother & Baby, Livingetc, Junior, Boots Health & Beauty, Practical Parenting and babycentre.co.uk. Get in touch at tessa.clayton@biz-media.co.uk

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