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B&LIS North America Set for In-Person Debut

Register interest now for B&LIS North America, New York, October 27-28, 2021.

Organizers are prepping a line up of speakers and content for Brand & Licensing Innovation Summit North America, which will take place in New York on October 27-28, 2021, following a successful European launch earlier this month.

More than 250 delegates attended the inaugural European summit, including decision-makers from Unilever, Natural History Museum, Mattel, Simba Dickie Group, Asda, Truffle Shuffle, Tesco, HTI Toys, Formula 1, Acamar Films, Jazwares, Cartamundi, Clementoni Spa, Hasbro, Forbidden Planet and Marks & Spencer.

B&LIS Europe ran as an online event over three days, focusing on Trends & Retail, Sustainability & CSR and Content & Digital Transformations, with speakers from IKEA Group, The LEGO Group, FatFace, The Entertainer, Liverpool Football Club, George at Asda, Microsoft XBOX, BBC Studios, Smurfs, Kids Industries, Penguin Random House and more. On demand tickets are still available to purchase at just £195 with content available to view until June 30.

“We created the Brand & Licensing Innovation Summits in response to industry demand for forward-looking content that promised to be both game-changing and challenging, and we were delighted to deliver exactly that to over 250 highly-engaged decision makers,” says Anna Knight, vice president, licensing, Informa Markets. “Planning is well underway for our second summit, B&LIS North America taking place in-person in New York from 27-28 October. Delegate registration will open soon – watch this space for keynote announcements.”

Register interest now for B&LIS North America.

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