September 5, 2023
Princess Sam Consumer Products has announced it has appointed a licensing agent for the children’s animated adventure-comedy-fantasy, “Tara Duncan,” in 17 territories across Latin America and the Caribbean.
IMC Licensing will handle licensing for the IP in Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Caribbean Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela. IMC will have the support of promotions and licensing agency company, Panamericana de Licencias (CPL), in many of these regions.
“Tara Duncan” is the story of an ordinary girl from Earth with extraordinary powers who discovers she is heir to the throne of the Meme empire.
“As an agent known for bringing some of the world’s best-known brands to the vast Latin American region, we are thrilled to have been appointed to manage licensing for this massively popular kids’ property, which can already boast a global reach,” says Leonardo Gutter, chief executive officer, IMC. “We are looking forward to building on its broadcasting success across many licensing categories.”
“We’re delighted to welcome IMC, a company with an excellent reputation across Latin America and the Caribbean, to our strong and growing network of best-in-class licensing agents,” says Laurent Taieb, head, licensing, Princess Sam Consumer Products. “With IMC’s help, Princess Sam Consumer Products is ready to meet growing consumer demand for licensed Tara Duncan product in this major market.”
Princess Sam Consumer Products has also announced the launch of its own range of figurines, playsets and dolls at retail in France from autumn this year, through distributor WTT. More territories are to follow soon.
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