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eOne expands Peppa Pig product line down under

Entertainment One Licensing (eOne) has announced a slew of new licensing deals in Australia for  Peppa Pig.
February 26, 2015

Entertainment One Licensing (eOne) has announced a slew of new licensing deals in Australia for  Peppa Pig.

Newly signed licensees include Hunter Leisure (wheeled toys, furniture), Big Balloon (role play), Crayola (color, activity packs), Maxwell Foods (sultanas), Portmerion (ceramic homewares) and Universal Brands (bath, beauty products). Symingtons will also add porridge kits and a milkshake mix to its Aussie range.

In the fall, eOne is rolling out a Princess Peppa theme across retail and marketing to promote the launch of new products, including the Princess Peppa toy range, apparel and footwear, puzzles and games, wheel toys and toddler training aids.

Peppa POS displays will showcase a range of the toys, which will be displayed alongside books and DVDs together in-store. Branded activity sheets, games and postcards will be available for families to download from the official Peppa website, and a national PR campaign will target women’s, parenting and lifestyle media.

In addition, eOne recently partnered with Cancer Council Australia for a range of Peppa Pig sunscreens, and following a strong start at retail, the sunscreen will be rolled out to the wider market.

The animated British preschool series now boasts well over 450 licensing deals globally and is currently the number one children’s franchise on iTunes in Australia.

Redan’s Peppa Pig magazine is also Australia’s top-selling preschool magazine across the grocery sector, and Penguin (master publishing partner) has now sold upwards of one million Peppa Pig books.






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