New exhibitors include A&E Networks, C3 Entertainment, Chronicle Books and Fine Art America.

Licensing Expo 2015 to welcome 150 new exhibitors

Licensing Expo 2015 is set to welcome 150 new exhibitors to the event.

New exhibitors include A&E Networks, C3 Entertainment, Inc., Chronicle Books, Fine Art America, Global Trademark Licensing Ltd., Hot Pickle, Imperial War Museums (IWM), The Licensing Shop, Inc., Major League Baseball Players Association, Mondo TV, National Museum of the Royal Navy, Natural History Museum, Nintendo of America Inc., One Entertainment, The Royal Ballet, Sean Danconia, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, SkyMall, Smiley, Xavier Games and YouTube with a pavilion of their brand partners.

More than 450 companies will exhibit at the Expo, many with larger spaces to showcase their expanded brand portfolios. 

Returning exhibitors include Activision, Authentic Brands Group, BBC Worldwide, Beanstalk/Blueprint/Tinderbox, Boy Scouts of America, CBS Consumer Products, Cherokee Global Brands, Hasbro Global Licensing & Publishing, kathy ireland Worldwide, King Features, The Licensing Company, Nickelodeon, Sequential Brands, Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and WWE.

“New exhibitors join Licensing Expo to find fresh partnerships that will extend their properties into previously unexplored territories and product categories," said Jessica Blue, vice president, Licensing Expo.

"Unique and spontaneous business happens throughout the show floor – it’s where new partnerships are created and existing ones strengthened.”

Sponsored by the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association (LIMA), the Expo takes place on June 9th to 11th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV.

Complimentary registration for the Expo can be found at:

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