WBCP Presents

Warner Bros. 2013 shows the topics and also at 8:45 Warner Bros. Consumer products on April 16, 2013, giving it for 2013 and attractive themes for the coming years. With the baggage the HOBBIT are one trilogy, the new BLOCKBUSTER OF STEEL and classic themes such as the LOONEY TUNES. Warner Bros.

Consumer products, a Warner Bros. Entertainment company, is one of the world’s leading licensing and merchandising business with famous licensed brands such as the Hobbit, Superman, Looney Tunes, Harry Potter, Tom & Jerry and many others. Are you a licensee, manufacturer, promotion or trading partners, advertisers, creative from Publisher or advertising? Then take this invitation personally! For the ninth time, 25 outstanding Licensor and agencies present their best and strongest license issues. Get carried away by the latest creations, promotion and marketing campaigns. In the course of a day, you will receive an overview of important national and international licensing rights.

Met 18:00 in the Rhine terraces of Cologne (dance fountain), is from 8: 00 Rhine Parkweg 1 50679 Cologne. Log on directly on the Web page of LIMA Germany. The LIMA represents more than 1000 companies, have about 250 member companies joined the LIMA in Germany and obtained a considerable infrastructure LIMA that the Internet presence of current databases, well-attended presentation and contact forums at. And all of that on the ground of a licensing market nascent growth in the heart of Europe. Who care LIMA representative increasingly to address the specific interests of the German and European royalty industry; in particular through your local events. The groundwork is first of all to awaken the common interest of an industry that consists of many completely different actors. Representative Office in Germany we have built our self-image as LIMA on the three ” pillars ” competence, communication and contact. Warner Bros. Consumer Products: Petra Roitsch, Tel: 040 22 650 0, press: public insight Claudia Burau, Tel: 089 78 79 79 90,

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