April 6, 2018
Of the 5,000 brands that can be found at Licensing Expo, more than 1,800 are from consumer goods categories such as household, automotive, publishing, sports, food and beverage, corporate and non-profit.
Set to take place June 17-19 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev., the annual trade fair connects retailers, manufacturers, brand owners and agents in one convenient location.
Find household brand names such as Coca-Cola, Shell, Skechers USA, UPS, Condé Nast, Boy Scouts of America, ASPCA, Automobili Lamborghini, American Express Open, AT&T, Hertz, Ford, Cover Girl, Energizer and Jelly Belly on the Licensing Expo show floor alongside licensing agencies including Beanstalk, The Joester Loria Group, IMG Worldwide, Brand Central, Brandgenuity and The Licensing Company.
Also confirmed to exhibit this year are companies such as Dorna Sports, Lately Lily, NFL Players, Polaris Industries, Meredith Brand Licensing, Pan Am, Tottenham Hotspur football club, Wiki-License and many more.
“The Licensing Expo provides The Joester Loria Group with a great opportunity to meet with key manufacturers and retailers and present the unique opportunities offered by our clients’ brands,” says Debra Joester, president and chief executive officer, The Joester Loria Group. “The Licensing Expo is an important marketplace, and, over the years, we have had terrific results for both existing and new clients. We believe the new tools available to exhibitors and attendees in 2014 will further enhance everyone’s ability to connect.”
Joining the brands and agents at Licensing Expo are more than 3,200 entertainment, music, gaming, character and art brands.
Visit LicensingExpo.com for more information and to register for free.
Read more about:BeanstalkBoy Scouts of AmericaBrand CentralBrandgenuityCoca Colaconde nastIMGThe Joester Loria GroupThe Licensing Company
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