In recent years, 9 Story has worked with the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) and Scholastic toexpand the presence
of the new animated series, “Karma’s World,” in the U.S.
The company has alsoinked deals
to get homeware and apparel lines for its nature-focused show, “Wild Kratts,” in department stores in Norway, Sweden and other Nordic countries.
To get a better understanding on how 9 Story got to where it is today, License Global sat down with Kyra Halperin, vice president of consumer products, and Kristin Lecour, vice president of consumer products and Canadian distribution, 9 Story.
9 Story has brokered numerous deals around the globe. But there’s not a formulaic approach when it comes to getting pen
“There is no one-size-ﬁts-all approach,” says Halperin. “We work closely with the various teams across our organization including development to ensure that we are maximizing consumer product potential from the start, production to ensure we are entrenched in the content and understand what makes the series unique, distribution to align on content strategy placement and timing and franchise to help build out cohesive, long-term brand plans on a global scale.”
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