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Next Week! LIMA UK’s Spring Fling & Licensing Essentials Course


LIMA UK’s eleventh annual UK Licensing Essentials Course and Spring Fling Networking Party will take place Thursday 22nd May!

This popular event attracts participants from the UK and international licensing industry, and this year it will take place at No. 11 Cavendish Square, (The Kings Fund Building), Deans Mews, London, W1G 0AN.

LIMA is also delighted to announce that The Beano will sponsor the Spring Fling Networking Party this year.

During the day, the Licensing Essentials Course will bring together some of the industry’s best speakers to deliver an engaging programme of seminars. Speakers for 2014 include top executives from Beanstalk, Gfk Research, Fisher Forensics, Rizon Studios, Sheridans Solicitors and Kids Industries.

The evening event will start at 5pm with the Legendary Licensing Debate – a lively and often provocative panel-led discussion on licensing, chaired by LIMA UK Managing Director Kelvyn Gardner. This will be followed by drinks and canapés at the Spring Fling Networking Party, which will be attended by over 150 industry senior executives.

Kelvyn Gardner commented: ‘The LIMA Licensing Essentials Course has come to be regarded as the single most important licensing training day in the UK. Delegates routinely arrive with a hazy idea of this industry, and end the day with a comprehensive understanding of how it works and how to engage with the licensing community. This is without doubt the best chance in 2014 to learn what you need to know to make licensing work for you and your business.’

For bookings or questions please contact Ryan Beaird, LIMA Membership Services Manager on +44 1908 802 863 or


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