CBS Signs International Deals

CBS Consumer Products has signed a swath of international deals for its franchises including Star Trek, Cheers and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation for launch at retail in nearly 30 countries this year.For the Star Trek property, Crazi has signed on to make

April 6, 2018

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For the Star Trek property, Crazi has signed on to make mobile phone and tablet cases (Hong Kong and Thailand); Danilo is on board for greeting cards, gift wrap and calendars (U.K. and Ireland); Hybris Productions will produce t-shirts and hoodies (Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway); Kosmos will make a Catan co-branded board game (Germany, Austria and Switzerland); La Societe Image Republic has signed for fine art (France); ML Publishing will make Star Trek: The Next Generation wall calendars (Germany, Austria and Switzerland); Panini for wall calendars (Germany, Austria and Switzerland); Philcos Enterprises for apparel, headwear, wallets and glassware for Star Trek and the Dexter property (Canada); Totally Irreverent will make t-shirts (Australia and New Zealand); and Zeon will make watches, clocks, mugs, tech accessories, cookie jars and novelty items (U.K. and Ireland).

Dream Project is signed on board in Italy for t-shirts and sweatshirts for the Happy Days property, as is Global Licensing for just t-shirts. Global Licensing will also make shirts for the Californication, Cheers and Rawhide properties in the U.K. and Ireland.

For the America’s and Sweden’s Next Top Model franchises, MM Branded Goods will make beverages in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, the U.K., France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland, Portugal, The Netherlands, Austria, Turkey, Switzerland, Ireland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Iceland, Norway and Greece. Also for America’s Next Top Model, Y.C.O. Businesspartners will make cosmetics and personal care products (Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway).

Finally for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Sao Domingos will make apparel, headwear, wallets and glassware in Canada.

“These new agreements add to an international licensing program that continues to grow and reach new consumers,” says Liz Kalodner, executive vice president and general manager, CBS Consumer Products.

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