Tag Archives: The Point 1888.

He’ll have a Caninety Nine, please! Battersea launches a new ice cream range just for dogs

The UK’s 160 year old animal charity, Battersea is demonstrating its flair for canine cuisine with the launch of an ice cream range specially made for dogs. Surprisingly not called Caninety Nine, the range is made using real fruit puress and includes Strawberry and Apple & Banana flavours, and has …

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The Point. 1888 secures 12 EMEA sub-agents for Moonbug Entertainment’s preschool portfolio

Moonbug Entertainment has set a course for global expansion, having signed with 12 sub-agents across the EMEA region for a number of its popular preschool properties. The string of sub-agent partnerships was secured by the firm’s master licensing agency, The Point. 1888. The sweep of new licensing agents is just …

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St Andrews Links appoints The Point. 1888 as it looks to take on apparel, toys, beverages, and more

St Andrews Links has selected The Point. 1888 as its brand extension partner, adding to the firm’s growing roster of Sports brands that now encompasses the likes of Williams Racing, Team GB, and the British and Irish Lions. A veteran in the world of brand licensing, having worked with Hannah …

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’80s animated series The Raccoons makes play for retro and environmentalism licensing

The Raccoons is the latest animated property to be jumping the decades and making a play for the retro licensing space, helping fans and viewers who grew up with the show put to rest that fundamental question: what on Earth kind of aardvark is Cyril Sneer anyway? First created in …

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The Point. 1888 nets Farshore for CoComelon book publishing in the UK, Eire and Poland

The hit preschool property and leading children’s series, CoComelon has bolstered its portfolio of international licensees once more, this time tapping Farshore for children’s book publishing across the UK, Eire, and Poland. The deal was brokered by Moonbug’s European licensing agent, The Point. 1888. CoComelon is a preschool phenomenon currently …

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Poetic Brands, BB Design, and Aykroyd & Sons sign up with The Brilliant World of Tom Gates

Poetic Brands, BB Design, Woodmansterne, and Aykroyd & Sons are the first licensing partners to on board the popular children’s series, The Brilliant World of Tom Gates, as licensing agent, The Point. 1888 builds out UK partnerships for the IP. Based on the successful children’s book series written and illustrated …

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Formula One’s Williams Racing taps The Point. 1888 to drive extensive licensing programme

The Point. 1888 has been tapped to drive Williams Racing’s brand licensing programme into pole position with an extensive range of new products for the Williams fanbase. Synonymous with top level motorsport since the 1960s, Williams is one of the world’s leading Formula 1 teams, racing in the top echelon …

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Millimages taps The Point. 1888 for Molang licensing push across the UK’s Gen Z and pre-school audiences

The Paris-based production company, Millimages has tapped The Point. 1888 to represent Molang across the UK, as the animation studio looks to build on the character’s growing social audience of 4 million fans across the globe. Launched initially as a pre-school IP supported by four animated TV series on Tiny …

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Story House Egmont acquires magazine and activity book rights to pre-school hit CoComelon

Story House Egmont – formerly Egmont Magazines – has acquired the magazine rights to the hit pre-school property CoComelon, spanning all territories in the group for magazines, as well as colouring and activity books across EEA regions. The move follows what has been a highly successful run for CoComelon, which …

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Team GB partners with Micro Scooter in latest deal from The Point. 1888

The hit outdoor and wheeled toys brand, Micro Scooters has partnered with Team GB to launch an officially licensed range of Team GB Micro Scooters, now live on the Micro Scooters website. Developed under a partnership brokered by the UK licensing agency for Team GB, The Point. 1888, the new …

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