Nimbus Nine to develop licensing portfolio for preschool hit Daisy & Ollie

The brand owners of Daisy & Ollie have today announced a new partnership with brand licensing specialist, Nimbus Nine to support the development of the preschool brand.

Owned by Tina-Louise Foster, Nimbus Nine is a boutique consultancy specialising in brand licensing and retail and will work directly with the team at Daisy & Ollie to build a pre-school product and promotional range for launch from late 2019.

Created by Helen Brown and produced by CHF Entertainment with Jason Manford as executive producer and writing many of the scripts, Daisy & Ollie premiered for the first time on Cartoonito in November 2017.

Helen Brown, Creator of Daisy & Ollie, said: “Daisy & Ollie is performing so incredibly well on Cartoonito, that the channel is building the show into its long term plan with a further 52 episodes now in production for release later this year. This really gives our licensing partners the security of broadcast longevity.

“It’s such an exciting time for the brand and we’re delighted to be working with Nimbus Nine as they are as passionate about the ethos of the show as we are, making them the perfect partner to drive our licensing strategy forward.”

Tina-Louise Foster added: “The basis of Daisy & Ollie comes from such wholesome experience that you can tell why it has struck a chord with parents across Europe. 

"Nimbus Nine is delighted to partner with such an experienced team and are very excited to start licensed extensions to the hugely popular series.”

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