Multiple companies will continue to work with Emoji.

License Global

July 1, 2021

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The emoji company has announced the renewal of partnerships with licensees across the health and beauty, apparel, accessories and fabric categories.

“We have the strongest and most collaborative partners in the business,” says Marco Huesges, founder and chief executive officer, the emoji company. “Each of these partners has been committed to ongoing innovation and new product development and has had best-selling SKUs for years across retail. Coupled with our extensive portfolio of emoji- the Iconic Brand licensees, we remain confident the best is yet to come.”

Brokered by its North American licensee agent, Retail Monster, emoji brand licensed product will continue from:

  • ASO (bandages and first aid kits);

  • American Marketing Enterprises and Briefly Stated, divisions of Centric Brands (sleepwear);

  • David’s Textiles (fabric);

  • Decopac (cake decorations); and

  • Isaac Morris Limited, (apparel).

Renewal partners includes:

  • Alcove (vitamins);

  • Aristocrat (Gaming);

  • Bentex Group (kids apparel);

  • EVZ (eE-commerce);

  • Fast Forward (bags);

  • Handcraft (underwear);

  • Hot Topic (e-commerce);

  • Ooh Yeah Socks (hosiery);

  • Paramount Brands (fragrance);

  • Perri’s Leather (guitar Accessories);

  • Redbubble (e-commerce);

  • RN Wellness (face masks);

  • Spring-Fill Gloves (disposable gloves);

  • Strikeforce (bowling accessories);

  • Success Promotions (promotions and promotional product);

  • Suddora (sweatbands and athletic wear);

  • Trends International (posters and stickers);

  • Unique (party goods);

  • Wicked Fashions (apparel);

  • Youtooz (collectibles); and

  • ZAK! Designs (drinkware).

In addition to the U.S.-based licensees, Peter Noonan of NPZ Consulting will work with Retail Monster to oversee the Canadian licensees which include these companies:

  • Brand Partners Group (novelties);

  • Centura (health and beauty);

  • Decopac (cake decorations);

  • GAM Creative Solutions ( photo products);

  • Gertex (accessories);

  • InProduction (stationery);

  • Isaac Morris (apparel);

  • Nemcor (bedding and home textiles);

  • Papp International (books and novelties);

  • Regal Confections (confectionery); and

  • RosePaige Distribution (health and beauty, accessories and novelties).

“The emoji brand has proven universal, with emoji licensed products having become staples at across retail and e-commerce 365 days a year,” says Michael Connolly, founder and chief executive officer, Retail Monster. “Even in a year full of uncertainty, emoji- the Iconic Brand and our partners continue to deliver.”

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