Agencies and Consultants
IMG now handles licensing for Dolly Parton as the singer seeks deals across a broad range of home, apparel and beauty. Parton switched agents last year to Endeavor, largely because of its branding and licensing skills. Endeavor was formed in 2017 from WME/IMG (William Morris Endeavor Entertainment and IMG Worldwide)… Broad Street Licensing Group now represents Biglari Holdings’ Maxim Media, returning the men’s magazine brand to licensing after an eight-year hiatus. Broad Street will seek deals across spirits, men’s fragrance, apparel, and slot machines with the first products expected in 2020. ……Brand Central Group now handles licensing for the Loaded management agency, which represents gaming influencers Tyler Blevins (known as Ninja,), Michael Grzesiek (known as Shroud), John Betar (known as TimetheTatman), Benjamin Lupo (known as Dr. Lupo) and others. Blevins has 11 licensing deals, including those with Bioworld (apparel) Zak Designs (drinkware) and others… Building Q now represents costume supplier Suitables to acquire licenses for its vehicle themed designs. Suitables has Sante Fe- and Union Pacific-licensed costumes designed for 2-7-year-old children as well as a non-licensed princess carriage and rocket ship… Metrostar takes over licensing for Anderson Press’ Elmer the Patchwork Elephant as the book marks its the 30th anniversary.
Brand Central Group, Ross Misher, CEO, 310-268-1231, email@example.com
Broad Street Licensing Group, Carole Francesca, President, 973-655-0598 x11; firstname.lastname@example.org
Building Q, Woody Browne, CEO, 970-385-7208, email@example.com
Metrostar, Claire Potter, Managing Dir., +44 203 784 2796
IMG, Randy Klein, VP Licensing, 424-653-1878, firstname.lastname@example.org