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Top Licensors Submissions Due Today

Top Licensors Submissions Due Today
License! Global has officially opened its submission period for the exclusive Top 150 Global Licensors report, announces Tony Lisanti, global editorial director, License! Global.

License! Global’s annual report is the most comprehensive analysis of its kind and provides a benchmark for retail sales of licensed merchandise worldwide.

License! Global's submission period for the exclusive Top 150 Global Licensors report will close today, announces Tony Lisanti, global editorial director, License! Global.

The  annual report, which has become the foremost study in brand licensing, provides retails sales data on the world’s largest licensors in the entertainment, sports, fashion, corporate brands, art and non-profit sectors. The Top 150 Global Licensors Report not only ranks the world’s largest licensors, but also provides valuable insight about the world’s most important and well-known brands. 

“The exclusive Top 150 Global Licensors report ranks identifies emerging trends across all sectors in licensing,” says Lisanti, “and also identifies major licensing initiatives at retail as well."

The report, which will be published in the May issue of License! Global, is sponsored by Eisner Amper. The deadline for submissions is March 30.

Referenced throughout the year by retail executives, licensees, agents, brand executives and business-to-business/consumer media, this report will also be distributed at key trade shows and offered in a digital format on License! Global’s website.

Submit now for The Top 150 Licensors report.

Click here to see the 2015 Top 150 Global Licensors Report.

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