Advanstar launches Licensing Academy

Brand Licensing Europe is adding a ten session seminar strand called The Licensing Academy to this October's event.
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Over the two days, the Academy will cover the latest topics affecting the licensing industry, with retailers and industry experts sharing their knowledge, hints, tips, case studies and practical guidance with delegates.

The high level sessions will cover a wide range of topics: from the fundamentals of understanding how pre-schoolers interact with licensed product and getting the retail environment right when selling to kids, tweens and parents through to new media trends, brand building and brand protection, pricing strategies, royalties, ethical packaging and securing shelf space at retail.

"The Licensing Academy is the most comprehensive programme of seminars and workshops we have ever offered visitors to Brand Licensing Europe," said event director Jessica Blue. "We're really excited about the number of sessions and the range of topics covered on the programme. We are confident that there is at least one session to suit everyone."

"We are also aware that in this dynamic, fast changing industry, the need for education and inspirational new ideas is essential. Therefore we are providing this opportunity free of charge to all Brand Licensing Europe visitors and exhibitors to demonstrate our continued commitment to the licensing industry."

For the full list of seminars, and for more general show information, visit www.brandlicensingeurope.com.

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