Four new partners will join the “Brave Bunnies” licensing program.

License Global

December 15, 2021

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The Brave Bunnies characters
Glowberry/Big Picture Licensing

Glowberry, creator of “Brave Bunnies,” and Big Picture Licensing (BPL), its exclusive licensing agent for U.K. and Eire and master-agent across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and APAC, and Centa IP, licensing agent for ANZ region, have signed agreements with four new partners for a range of products that will expand the offerings for the preschool brand. New deals for the “Brave Bunnies” brand include Caprice Australia, PMI, Five Mile Press, the publishing division of Regency Media and Roy Lowe & Sons.  

In Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), newly appointed licensees signed are Caprice and Five Mile Press. Caprice is on board for apparel, footwear, bags and home décor. The deal with Five Mile Press includes sticker books, activity books, coloring books, novelty books, flap books and educational books. The PMI deal spans a wide range of products including homeware, BTS/stationery and collectibles to launch worldwide. Roy Lowe & Sons has signed on for the U.K. in their specialist category. 

“Big Picture Licensing is very proud of working with ‘Brave Bunnies’ for the last two years as U.K./Eire Licensing Agent and Master-Agent for EMEA and APAC to appoint key strategic partners, licensing agents and new licensees around the world for this beautiful preschool property,” says Dan Frugtniet, managing director, Big Picture Licensing. “Our wave number one licensees include Spin Master, Penguin Random House and DeAgostini/Planeta Libra and are all aligned and launching their products in 2021-22 and now our first wave #2 licensees are signed with PMI, Roy Lowe & Sons, Five Mile Press and Caprice and are all aboard the Bunny Bus for launch in 2022 across Global, U.K. and Australia/NZ respectively, and we are thrilled to welcome them to the ‘Brave Bunnies’ family!” 

"We released the ‘Brave Bunnies’ series in the Big World and we hope that our heroes will inspire children to explore it, come up with new ideas, make unusual decisions, listen to different points of view, and have a lot of fun,” says Olga Cherepanova, creative producer, “Brave Bunnies.” “We are sure that new licensing partnerships will allow us to embody the mood and ideas of the Brave Bunnies in apparel, home décor, books and other products for our young viewers around the world." 

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