Iberian licensing professionals to gather at the Barcelona Licensing Forum
The Licensing Forum will be held on June 20 at the Barcelona World Trade Center, where more than 200 professionals from this industry will share a networking season, with licensing programmes presentations, conferences and meetings. Licensors, agents, licensees, and retailers will have a unique chance to gather information and knowledge about the main trends in the Spanish and Portuguese licensing business.
There are only two weeks left for the Licensing Forum, to be held on June 20 at the World Trade Center in Barcelona. Also, this is the last week to register for the event, as the deadline for reserving attendance ends on 11 June.
This event focuses on networking and knowledge exchange on the most important trends in the field of licensing, and is organized by the magazine Licencias Actualidad. This magazine is published by Ediciones Just, official representative of LIMA in Iberia. This will be the sixth Licensing Forum. Last year 18 exhibitors and 220 visitors attended the event.
The forum has already confirmed 16 exhibitors. First-time companies are Advance Licensing, Mattel Brands, Mondo TV, Nottingham Forest and SelectaVision. The rest of the booths will be occupied by Arait Multimedia, Biplano, CPLG, El Ocho, Edebé, Hong Kong Licensing Show – HKTDC, LIMA Iberia, Luk International, Mendía Licensing, Planeta Junior, and Toro de Osborne.
These agents and owners represent many of the leading brands in the Iberian licensing market, including Monster High, Barbie, Inazuma Eleven, SpongeBob, Where’s Waldo, Clanners, Jelly Jamm, Catalina Estrada, Doraemon, Asterix and Obelix, the Maya Bee, Gormiti and Mouk, among others.
The event will also host two conferences on licensing: License to play will explain how interactive entertainment can link audiences with visual properties. The talk will count with Asensi Francisco, Director of Business Development at RTVE.es; Rafael San Miguel, CEO of Cupra Studios, and Diego Ibañez, General Manager of Nottingham Forest. Also, Domingo Carro, General Manager of Advance Licensing, will introduce the Licensing Barometer, a quarterly report with information about knowledge, attraction, desire and trends of the most important properties aimed at children in the Spanish market.
The event also counts with the support and presence of LIMA, the international association of licensing professionals. LIMA members have an additional 10% off, both when exhibiting or attending.
About Licencias Actualidad and the Licensing Forum
Licencias Actualidad is a quarterly magazine about the licensing industry in Spain and Portugal, established in 1998. The magazine also organizes the Licensing Forum, with a sixth edition to be held on June 20 at the World Trade Center in Barcelona, bringing together leading companies and industry professionals.
The magazine is published by Ediciones Just, a company that turns 50 in 2012 and also publishes the B2B magazines Juguetes B2B and Puericultura Market, as well as Key4Communications.com, a website with information on these three industries.
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