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Product Licensing

Another route to growth is for the brand to broaden its product offering. Fashion brands tend to first become successful within a core category – clothing or bags, for example. Once the brand is established in its core category, expansion into complementary categories becomes an option, into areas such as footwear, headwear, eyewear, cosmetics, watches, jewellery and homeware. This presents the brand with challenges in designing and sourcing products outside of the brand’s core expertise and in distributing those products through less familiar channels. At this point, a product licensing strategy becomes attractive and is a route many of our clients have taken.

Our firm has been involved in the negotiation and management of many product licensing deals across all of the categories mentioned above and with a global spread. We can act both for brands and for licensees. We pride ourselves in producing commercially pragmatic contracts that enable deals to succeed quickly, focusing on what is important and avoiding the contracting process becoming unnecessarily protracted.

Our Clients

Harley Davidson logo
Radley London logo
Reiss logo
Ugg logo
Orlebar Brown logo
Silver Cross logo
Sunspel logo
Aspinal of London logo
Hiplok logo
Futerra logo
Repetto logo
Osprey London logo
Oliver Sweeney logo
Hoka one one logo
Teva logo
Zoggs logo

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