Branded eco-friendly stationery and more are on the way.

License Global

February 18, 2021

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Greenre Brand has announced its new Canadian partnership with Emoji-The Iconic Brand.

The partnership is managed by Peter Noonan of NPZ Consulting, working with Retail Monster, the emoji company's North American licensing agent.

"We are excited to start our partnership with Greenre Brand," says Marco Huesges, chief executive officer and founder, The Emoji Company. "Their product portfolio is truly innovative and eco-friendly with recyclable materials to support our environment."

Greenre Brand is the consumer product brand of INProduction Licensing, with products ranging from stationery, activity, craft, novelty, back-to-school and select home products. Their products are made from natural materials, recyclables, non-toxic, bio-fibers and new age biopolymers.

"Partnering with the emoji brand is important for Greenre," says Keith Loiselle, president and chief executive officer, Greenre Brand. "The Emoji brand is a global phenomenon; a globally recognized brand with products in more than 130 countries. We could not be more excited, and we look forward to years of mutually beneficial product development. We are excited to bring consumers to Emoji-The Iconic Brand with our environmental Greenre formats."

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