Children's content producer Red Kite Animation will be taking seven of its TV brands to Brand Licensing Europe later this month, and will be looking to licence them into a wide range of sectors.
The Imp (pictured) will be returning for its second series; it is already broadcast in over 50 countries worldwide. Red Kite is now launching a range of merchandise on a territorial basis including apparel, bags, footwear, figurines and comic books.
In addition, The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal, Wilf the Witches Dog and The Secret World of Benjamin Bear are also available for licence at the show, along with several new properties which are currently in development.
These include Byrp, Bradley and N.E.R.D.S, which is due to launch at Mipcom.
"Red Kite has developed a strong portfolio of iconic and quirky British animation," said business development director, John Morris. "The success of The Imp brand shows that this and our other properties have vast licensing potential."
Red Kite will be on stand number 755 at BLE.