“Our new partnership with Bulls Licensing will guarantee a wide coverage for our brand throughout the Nordics,” said Marco Husges, CEO of the emoji company.
Fan engagement is constantly changing with more enthusiasts looking to enjoy visual experiences based on their favourite brands, which has led to a trend in pop-up cafés and shops. Jade Burke takes a look at this growing demand and how others can get involved.
The Ignmar Bergman Foundation has named the Swedish agency as global licensing agent ahead of his 100th year jubilee.
A partnership between the Scandinavian designer and the Nordic licensing agency Bulls Licensing was proposed in November last year to develop a collection of 14 pieces based on hit titles by the iconic band.
The project has tapped academy award winner and man behind Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Steve Box to direct.
Uplift in sales of officially licensed products have helped take global revenue for Moomin lines to almost €600 million.
The collection will be sold from November 20th 2015 at Efva Attling Concept Stores and at selected retailers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK and the US.
The Moomins may be 70 years old, but with a new TV series and film in the works and a renewed focus on the UK, it's feeling as fresh as ever. We talk to Moomins Characters and Bulls Licensing about the ever growing world of The Moomins.
The donation follows last week’s fundraising campaign organised by the firm in partnership with Bulls Licensing and children’s museum Junibacken in Stockholm, Sweden.
Moomins Characters has teamed with Junibacken children's museum and Bulls Licensing to raise funds for the Red Cross' efforts in the ongoing refugee situation.
I.M.P.S. has resigned the firm as it looks to grow the Smurfs' licensing presence across the Nordic countries.
Firm discussing licensed categories including home and garden, beauty, fashion, food and beverage.
The firm will now merchandise the collection of retro artwork, featuring classic cars such as MG, Austin, Morris and Rover.
The firm will aim to boost the property’s presence in entertainment, lifestyle, fashion and leisure.
Fashion retailer launches new unique line with new prints and products.
Agency says that it sees "great potential" for licensing the brand in the territory.