Turtles, Peppa among 2013 Licensing Awards winners

The eighth-annual Licensing Awards, which attracted more than 1,300 retailers, licensees, licensors, and suppliers to London's Grosvenor House Hotel on September 10, have revealed this year's winners honoring the best achievements in the licensing and marketing industry.
September 11, 2013

This year’s winners of the eighth-annual Licensing Awards, which attracted more than 1,300 retailers, licensees, licensors, and suppliers, were revealed at a gala ceremony held in London’s Grosvenor House last night.

Nick’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Peppa Pig, from eOne Family,┬áboth took home a pair of awards this year. TMNT won for best licensed toys and games range and best schoolers, teen or tween licensed property while Peppa garnered awards for best preschool licensed IP and top licensed written, listening or learning range. In addition, 1D continues its successful licensing run winning for best celebrity licensed property.

Here’s a snapshot of this year’s winners within the kids/youth categories:

Best Licensed Toys or Games Range

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Range from Flair Leisure Products

Best Licensed Preschool Apparel Range

Superman Apparel from Fabric Flavours

Best Licensed Children’s Apparel Range

Minnie Mouse Footwear from William Lamb

Best Licensed Written, Listening or Learning Range

Peppa Pig Make and Bake Partworks by Hachette Partworks

Best Licensed Dress-Up or Party Range

Marvel Superheroes Dress-Up for George at Asda by Christy’s

The Innovation Award

Spiderman Airwalker from Amscan International

Best Pre-School Retailer of Licensed Products

Asda (includes George@Asda)

Best Kids Retailer of Licensed Products


Best Preschool Licensed Property

Peppa Pig

Best Schoolers, Tween or Teen Licensed Property

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Best Celebrity Licensed Property

One Direction

The full list of winners can be accessed at

The Licensing Awards is organized by The Licensing Source Book Europe, which is owned by Max Publishing, and is officially supported by LIMA, the licensing industry’s trade association.

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