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LMI has announced a slate of new deals.
April 18, 2020
LMI is continuing to further its licensing programs with new deals.
Among those deals are British Motor Heritage (BMH), which has signed Kyosho Corporation to produce Austin-Healey and Austin-Healey Sprite 1/18 diecast models. BSA – Licensing Essentials in Australia has signed an apparel deal for Big W.
International Space Archives has seen the licensing program continue to rocket through a Chinese deal with Hanghzao Kanghao, which is busy with the planning and approval process for duvets under their Sidanda Range. In Korea, the last few weeks have seen the launch of the ISA x Dr Jart+ Solarbiome range. The range focuses on protecting the skin from sun damage. Previous licensed cosmetics and toiletry deals have included H&A x ISA and SD Biotechnologies x Highclere Castle.
LMI continues to sign deals and expand programs, even with the COVID-19 pandemic looming overhead.
“The current situation is unlike anything we at LMI have worked through before, and we, like many others, are confident that the licensing industry can come out the other side of this as long as we all adapt quickly,” says an LMI spokesperson.
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