Webinar Preview: How Food & Beverage is Feeding Limited-Edition Drops

Be sure to tune in on May 27 at 9 a.m. PST.

License Global

May 24, 2021

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License Global is presenting its latest addition to the License Global Live series of webinars. This time, it’s all about the Food & Beverage category.

French fry socks, ice cream-inspired sneakers, fast food-themed hotels, chicken-scented clogs … these are just some of the creations that happen when food and beverage brands tap into the world of collabs. The real shock: they all sold out within minutes. This shows just how powerful these unique and unexpected marketing strategies can be when timeless food brands team up with new partners, creating the latest pop culture buzz.

The webinar will dive into how companies in the food and beverage industry are bending the rules when it comes to limited-edition drops and creating new product extensions that surprise and delight.


Ordering Up: How F&B is Feeding Limited-Edition Drops


May 27, 2021 @ 9 a.m.-10 a.m. PST



Daniel Avener, Chief Executive OfficerMDR Brand Management


Ernie Savo, senior director, global licensing and business development, The Hershey Company;

Jen Levin, brand licensing manager, North America, Mondelez International; and

Julian Baek, associate brand manager, Popsicle, Unilever.


Check out the webinar on demand here.

About the Author(s)

License Global

License Global is the leading news source for the brand licensing industry, delivering award-winning editorial content including news, trends, analysis, and special reports about the global consumer product and retail marketplace.

Through its print edition, website, daily e-newsletter and event publications, License Global reaches more than 150,000 executives and professionals in all major markets. The magazine also serves as the official publication for the sector’s trade events, which include Licensing Expo, Brand Licensing Europe, Licensing Expo Japan, Licensing Expo Shanghai and the Licensing Leadership Summit.

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