Brand Licensing Europe confirms first exhibitors for 2022

The Smurfs, Van Gogh, and Seed Folk are among an initial list of exhibitors confirmed for BLE 2022, each bringing their unique alignment with sustainability and conservation

"Brands can change the world" | How Greenre is putting sustainability in the hands of children

Ahead of the Canadian stationery specialist's spot on a POC Sustainability 101 panel at Licensing Expo this month, we catch up with CEO Keith Loiselle to learn all about greenre.

Brand Licensing Europe sponsors SiLC 22's networking afterparty

Brand Licensing Europe is showing its support for SiLC 2022 as the headline sponsor of the Conference’s post-event networking drinks.

SiLC Sponsor Spotlight | Beanstalk establishes global sustainability unit

Sustainability in Licensing Conference sponsor and early supporter of Products of Change, Beanstalk is looking to align clients' and licensees' sustainability goals.

Twin Science named among World Economic Forum's Technology Pioneers of 2022

The UK STEM toy and Education Technology company has been championed for its focus on next-generation education such as sustainability and climate change.

Join the Wastebuster 'Toys as a Force for Good' webinar next month

Wastebuster is a not-for-profit environmental education company, working with over 20,000 schools in 94 countries to harness the power of entertainment for social change.

Primark expands its Sustainable Cotton Programme to a further 125,000 cotton farmers

Primark Cares has expanded the programme to train 125,000 further smallholder cotton farmers in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh by the end of 2023.

Black Lives Matter Licensing Movement secures full trademark rights in landmark ruling

Since 2020, Black Lives Matter Licensing has been fighting through trademark law to secure credibility and legitimacy of a licensing programme developed to drive positive social change.

Member Profile: Lynne Chappel and The Point. 1888: "We want to be a voice urging sustainable licensing"

Continuing our series of regular Q&A sessions with Products of Change members, this week we sit down with Lynne Chappel, contracts manager at The Point. 1888.

Natural Selections | The Natural History Museum talks SiLC 22 and complexities of sustainable licensing

Ahead of both SiLC 22 and Las Vegas Licensing Expo, we catch up with Maxine Lister, the museum’s head of licensing, to explore what sustainability in licensing means to the team.