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Rocket Licensing on sci-fi adventure with Legendary for Dune, Carnival Row and Lost in Space

The global entertainment company, Legendary Entertainment, has appointed Rocket Licensing to manage the consumer products programme for the upcoming event feature film Dune. The deal is part of a wider licensing programme for the sci-fi writer’s best loved works, including Carnival Row and Lost in Space (both of which have …

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Elf on the Shelf makes board game, puzzles, and card game move with Rachel Lowe

When the Elf on the Shelf rears its head for the festive activities, it really does begin to look a bit like Christmas, and for 2020 the popular children’s brand is making its move on the board game, puzzles, and card game category. In a new deal with Rachel Lowe …

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Rocket Licensing named worldwide agency for web-comic turned lifestyle brand Fuzzballs

Rocket Licensing has been named the worldwide licensing agency for Fuzzballs, a pop culture brand which began life as a Tumblr web comic back in 2013. It follows the adventures of a cast of characters including Fuzz Cat Whisky, Fuzz Bunny Ollie, and Fuzz Tiger Timmy and is the brainchild …

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Royal Caribbean International commissions one-off Beano comic strip for $165m Allure of the Seas makeover

Rocket Licensing has teamed up with Royal Caribbean International to commission a new, one-of-a-kind Beano comic strip to celebrate the $165m makeover of Allure of the Seas. The story sees the notorious mischief-maker Dennis, joined by his side-kick Gnasher and family Minnie, toddler Bea and Mum and Dad to become …

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Bluewater lays on promotional feast for The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Rocket Licensing has secured a partnership with the UK shopping centre, Bluewater, for a slate of promotional activity for The Very Hungry Caterpillar, as the popular children’s publishing brand continues to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. The collaboration begins with the theming of Bluewater’s Green Flag award-winning nature trail. …

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The Elf on the Shelf renews festive partnerships with Kellogg’s and Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

The popular Christmas brand, The Elf on the Shelf will be making its return this festive season, having renewed its partnerships with the breakfast brand Kelloggs and the popular London destination, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, for the second year running. Following its retail and licensing success so far, and for …

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Elf on the Shelf: 2019 will be ‘the biggest year in UK market’ for the brand

This year is poised to be ‘the biggest year in the UK market to date’ for the popular children’s brand Elf on the Shelf, according to licensing agents Rocket Licensing, with renewed partnerships and product launches planned across major categories. The Elf on the Shelf introduces families to the North …

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Rocket Licensing secures brace of partners for Channel 4 comedy Derry Girls

Independent licensing company Rocket Licensing has secured a slate of four new licensing partners for the Channel 4 comedy series, Derry Girls, on behalf of the independent production company Hat Trick. These new partnerships cover daywear, sports and leisure apparel, wall art and gifting, paper ware and social stationery. The …

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The Beano Time Travellers Exhibition hailed major success by National Trust

Rocket Licensing, the UK and Ireland licensing agent for Beano, has highlighted the success of a summer-long partnership with the National Trust and its themed family event at Mottisfont in Hampshire. The Beano Time Travellers Exhibition, which launched on July 20 at this former priory and country estate and saw …

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Licensing International reveals 2019 UK Rising Stars

Executives at SEGA, TSBA Group, My Icon Story and Rocket Licensing have been named among this year’s list of nominees for the Licensing International 2019 UK Rising Stars Awards. Designed to recognise the talent among the industry’s junior  licensing professionals in the UK, a shortlist of six industry names has …

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