The Kellogg Vintage brand, nominated in this year’s Licensing Awards maintains strong sales and growing distribution with a range of products including housewares, apparel and gifts across all retail tiers in Europe. New products, including a food gifting range, will be appearing later this year in mass-market outlets across the UK. New licensees have been signed this year including AA Brands, CMP, Women’s Secret, Gibson Games, and Kimm & Miller for food gifting products. Alongside this, the continued collaboration with Anya Hindmarch has seen Tony the Tiger and other characters appearing on clutches and tote bags sold in high-end department stores around the world. There are still waiting lists for these highly aspirational items.
BLE 2015 sees two new launches –
Firstly is the launch of the ‘Pringles’ brand new Style Guide. Pink Key Consulting will be looking for licensees right across Europe who can take the brand into apparel, accessories, gifting and houseware items.
Secondly, Pink Key Consulting is delighted to have Egmont Publishing stunning portfolio available for licensing. The portfolio contains classic comic artwork such as Roy of the Rovers, Battle including ‘Charlie’s War’ along with artwork from a number of classic comics. We have an extensive and rich archive of classic artwork, in both colour and black and white, storylines, comic strips and front cover artwork. We are looking for licensees who are interested in developing these classic brands into apparel, gifting and sportswear.
Eureka! and The English Cream Tea Company have signed their first licensees and we are looking for additional licensees for both brands, with categories including toys for Eureka and homewares and gifting for The English Cream Tea Company.
For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or come and visit them at Brand Licensing on Stand number K35