Licensing

Warner Bros takes home three gongs, including Best Licensed Promotion; US pop culture retailer Hot Topic wins second consecutive Retailer of the Year award.

In 2016, Star Wars and other entertainment properties helped to lift global spending on licensed merchandise by 4.4 per cent, to US$262.9 billion.

NVCP and Australia Post announce the release of a collectable Paw Patrol souvenir stamp pack.

Warner Bros Animation and Cartoon Network will produce an all-new animated series, Unikitty!, featuring one of the break-out stars of The Lego Movie.

G.I. Joe creator and licensing industry 'founding father' dies aged 84.

The Pokémon Company International is now a strategic investor in the US toy company, which will become the brand's master toy licensee in July 2018.

Pop-culture collectible box company, CultureFly, to launch a new licensed subscription box featuring collectible toy brand Shopkins.

The brand new bot uses the latest technology to deliver a unique experience between the Doctor and the players.

Studios announce merchandise roll out for upcoming features.

A big screen reboot of Mattel's '80s classic, Masters of the Universe, will hit cinemas in 2019.

Lego Australia and Sydney fans celebrate Star Wars Day by building the southern hemisphere’s largest Death Star.

The new theme park will feature six immersive worlds and is set to open on Yas Island in 2018.

Attaquer launches a new range of cycling apparel and accessories featuring Keith Haring street art.

Adult Fans Of Lego claim discrimination over age limits at Australia’s first Legoland Discovery Centre playground in Melbourne.

By renegotiating a critical loan repayment and securing £1.5 million in new funds from existing investors, Mind Candy, the UK-based company behind Moshi Monsters, has avoided potential bankruptcy