All of the international trade shows that Licensing Magazine will be visiting this autumn, to catch up on the latest news in the industries of licensing, entertainment, toys, publishing, and gaming.
This Fall Licensing Magazine will be a Media Partner at a number of global events. On these occasions, LM distributes the year’s last issue and hosts a Social TV Corner where friends and customers can perform live interviews.
Featuring thousands of new and unique toys & games, New York Toy Fair awaits all the interested from September 30 to October 3. The much-anticipated 2023 edition offers spectators fascinating innovations, such as a new visual merchandising initiative that will require exhibitors to make products visible in at least 20% of their booth space.
Brand Licensing Europe (London, 4-6 October) brings together thousands of leading professionals with the widest range of brands available for license in Europe. The location-based entertainment (LBE) theme will be addressed thanks to LBE-focused keynotes, a dedicated LBE Pavilion, and much more!
In Cannes, Mip Junior (14-15 October) and MIPCOM (16-19 October) represent the World’s Greatest Gathering of TV and Entertainment Executives, providing a great opportunity to learn about the newest animation and live-action updates.
The China Licensing Expo – CLE (17-19 October Shangai) is Asia’s most significant and largest professional brand licensing trade show, with 1000+ IPs available for agents and licensees.
The Frankfurter Buchmesse, one of the world’s most prestigious publishing fairs with a fascinating focus on children’s media, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year from 18 to 22 October. On Friday, October 20th, Licensing Magazine will host two licensing sessions as part of the main professional programme. More information will be available soon!
Game Connection Europe (2-3 November, Paris), is a b2b event that brings together a varied array of video game industry business decision-makers from around the world, with a focus on the European market. The last edition had over 750 companies and 18000 meeting requests.
Cartoon Business (14-16 November, Gran Canaria), focuses on key studio expansion and business development strategies in European Animation. The Professional Programme is co-hosted by Licensing Magazine.
China International Children‘s Book Fair (17-19 November, Shangai) the leading fair in the Asia-Pacific, dedicated entirely to books and children’s content, will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Asia Television Forum – ATF (6-8 December, Singapore) offers a precious gaze on the news and trends of the Asian Entertainment market.
Do you wish to be a more visible participant at these events? It is still possible to be involved in the autumn issue of Licensing Magazine.
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