emoji Appoints Asiana Licensing as New South Korean Agent

Partnership will look to extend the brand in the region.

License Global

July 18, 2023

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The emoji company has appointed South Korean company, Asiana Licensing, as its new agent in South Korea. 

The partnership will aim to develop elevating brand extensions, collaborations and retail initiatives for the local market.

“It is an honor for our agency to represent the emoji brand in our territory,” says Kim Yangsoo, chief executive officer, Asiana. “We are excited to develop a best-in-class licensing program for the emoji brand, which is one of the most influential and expressive lifestyle brands in the market and offers an incomparable library of content for licensing.”

“We are delighted to start working with Asiana Licensing, which is an established and highly experienced licensing agent with a vast network in its market,” says Marco Husges, chief executive officer, the emoji company. “We look forward to jointly developing strong retail programs, apparel collections and a wide selection of consumer products and replicating the brand’s global success throughout South Korea with Asiana.”

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