Bulldog Licensing Helps Bring Posh Paws to ‘Sesame Street’

Elmo and Cookie Monster get the plush treatment with a line of interactive toys from Posh Paws and Sesame Workshop.
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September 21, 2020

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Sesame Workshop and Posh Paws have teamed to create a range of “Sesame Street” plush for the EMEA region. 

The Posh Paws line will feature interactive Elmo and Cookie Monster plush alongside a variety of basic character plush. The company will support product launches with a marketing and PR strategy that features television, print and digital campaigns that include influencers in the pre-school market. Sesame Workshop’s agent in the U.K. and Ireland, Bulldog Licensing, brokered the deal. Bulldog Licensing is also an exhibitor at the upcoming

Festival of Licensing

event where they will be speaking with potential partners on behalf of clients such as Sesame Workshop.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with one of the world’s best-loved brands in ‘Sesame Street,’” says Lauren Shipman, brand and marketing director, Posh Paws International. “The characters have entertained and educated generations of children and continue to be a staple for kids and adults everywhere. We look forward to continuing

the strong growth the brand is seeing across retail with new and innovative product ranges to appeal to fans everywhere.”

Following the deal, Posh Paws joins a licensing program for “Sesame Street,” which has grown across multiple categories. This year, Phoenix International Publications and Sesame Workshop teamed up on a line of 

published audio books

. Sesame Workshop also developed a line of 

Magna-Tiles with CreateOn

 in August. 

“As retailers everywhere look to build on their portfolio of great classic properties, ‘Sesame Street’ offers something for everyone,” adds Rob Corney, managing director, Bulldog Licensing. “From the fans who have followed Cookie Monster and friends from the outset over 50 years ago, to the new generation discovering the delights of ‘Sesame Street’ and their favorite furry red monster Elmo for the first time.” 

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