The deal follows on from the firm’s success with the 2009 version of the calendar for the collectible toys.
Bulldog MD Rob Corney commented: “Gogo’s is arguably the hottest brand in the UK at present and that shows no sign of changing.
"The fact that licensees such as Infocado are renewing contracts means that they recognise the strength and durability of this incredible brand.”
A host of other licensees have already joined Infocado in the Gogo’s licensing programme including Bacup for footwear, Sambro for stationery, Portico for greetings cards, Pyramid for posters, Roy Lowe and Sons for socks, Zap for bedding, and Hy-Pro for sports goods.
Halsall launched its wheeled toys range at this year’s Toy Fair, Poetic Gem’s branded apparel is selling well at retail, and licensed goods giant MV Sports and Leisure is lined up to produce a range of Gogo’s plush toys, whilst publishing giants Penguin and Random House are adding to their existing Gogo’s titles this year.