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France is Brand Licensing Europe at London Olympia and beyond

Joanna Routaboul - 07-oct.-2013 13:54:24
UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, is organising a pavilion at the Brand Licensing Europe trade show, which will be held at Olympia, in London (UK), from 15 to 17 October 2013. The Pavilion, with the support of French Licensing Federation F2D2, will feature eight licensing specialists that work with clients including Moulin Rouge®, Astérix and The Dakar Rally.   A major event in the licensing industry, Brand Licensing Europe is now in its 15th successful year, and offers visitors the perfect opportunity to come face to face with brand owners, to discover up-and-coming brands, and to learn more about the industry at free seminars and discussions.   A delegation of eight French companies will be at the trade fair, sharing a pavilion (Stand E115) organised by UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, and supported by F2D2, the French Licensing Federation.   The participating companies are listed below; further information is available on request.   Astérix   Astérix, the hero of the Gauls, was first created in 1959 by comic-book artist and illustrator Albert Uderzo and comic-book writer Rene Gosciny. Since then, Astérix has enjoyed worldwide fame thanks to a series of 34 albums. Hachette, the publisher of Astérix, has recently celebrated selling 350 million copies, making Astérix the world’s best-selling book series. A 35th album is due for release on 24 October 2013; it is the outcome of the collaboration of two new creators: Jean-Yves Ferri and Didier Conrad. Entitled Astérix and the Picts, the story takes place in the highlands of Scotland. In 2014, Astérix will also appear in his first Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) movie — an adaptation of the book, The Mansion of the Gods. www.asterix.com   Gaumont Animation   Gaumont Animation’s CGI series Calimero (© Pagot) is scheduled for release in 2014 across Europe’s leading free-to-air platforms, including TF1, Super RTL, Rai Due and Disney Junior UK. Calimero was also picked up by TV Tokyo, RTS and Tele-Quebec. Gaumont Animation acts as global agent on behalf of the intellectual-property owner.   www.gaumontanimation.com   Glénat   Glénat is a French publishing house specializing in comic books and the manga universe. The company was founded in 1972 by publisher Jacques Glénat and now has collaborators all over the world, from Switzerland and Spain to Canada. Glénat was the first publisher to introduce the Japanese manga to France with the release of Akira and Dragon Ball and, in 2011, three of its manga series (One Piece, Dragon Ball and Bleach) were ranked in the top five on the list of best-selling manga. In 2010, Glénat branched out and became the publisher of consumer magazines ELLE, ELLE à Table, Paris Match and Psychologies.   www.glenat.com   Moulin Rouge SA   Moulin Rouge SA owns the rights to the worldwide trademarks and imagery of Moulin Rouge®, which stems from the Parisian cabaret. The company provides specialist services through a growing portfolio of high-end licences, worldwide brand expansion, and licence development for everyday merchandise.   www.moulinrougestore.com   France Televisions Distribution (FTD)   France Televisions Distribution (FTD) is a rights distributor and brand manager that works with producers and licensors to maximise the revenue of TV programmes across all media platforms. FTD proposes global strategies that cover co-production, licensing, distribution, cross-overs between different media (from magazines to video on demand), and events tailored to audio-visual programmes.   www.tvfrance.com   Luluben   Luluben is an online French-language company that provides users with a platform to send personalized messages, poems and e-cards to loved ones. Luluben,  the heart-shaped character, guides users through the website. Users can also interact with Luluben by signing up to receive monthly poems and updates as well as downloadable colours, images and backgrounds to design personalized cards. Luluben is also available as a mobile application and has an active Facebook page.   www.luluben.com   AZ Design   AZ Design’s new brand, known as iD, encompasses three areas of design: Funny iD for humorous designs, iD Deco for elegant designs, and iD Philo for contemplative designs. The creative, dynamic and humorous designs appeal to all generations and tastes. In 2014, the iD team will work with Viquel, a manufacturer of school supplies, on a novel range of school bags to be sold in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland.   www.club-id.com   Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO)   The Amaury Sport Organisaton (ASO) is a creator and organizer of international sporting events, including the Dakar Rally. First launched in 1978 by Thierry Sabine, the Dakar Rally has been run by ASO since 1993. Considered to be one of the most challenging rallies in the world, it brings together more than 740 competitors from over 50 nationalities. The 2014 race will begin on 11 April in Argentina and will finish on 16 May in Spain.   www.aso.fr   About F2D2   Created in 2009, the French Licensing Federation (or F2D2) is the official body representing the French licensing industry. F2D2 is open to IP owners and licensing agents based (and conducting business) in the French-speaking countries and regions of Europe. F2D2 is also an established think tank and a trusted source of information for its members. Since 2011, F2D2 has been the organiser of the French Licensing Awards.   http://f2d2infos.blogspot.com   About UBIFRANCE   The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK is the London office of UBIFRANCE, France’s export-support agency, whose remit is to support French-based companies in their international development. The French Trade Commission organises B2B events and provides a range of services to French-based businesses in order to assist them in the UK.    UBIFRANCE is showcasing eight French companies (Stand E115) at Brand Licensing Europe, which is due to take place at the London Olympia exhibition hall, in Central London (UK), from 15 to 17 October 2013.   For further information about Brand Licensing Europe, please go to: www.brandlicensing.eu   For further information about the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk/   For further information, please contact :   Quote ref. : FTPB3888 Ms Kate RILEY - Press Officer UBIFRANCE Press Office in London Tel: +44 (0) 207 024 3640 kate.riley@ubifrance.fr View other press releases at : http://www.ubifrance.com/uk/  

UBIFRANCE UK News - December 2012 - N°34

Amal Froidevaux - 18-déc.-2012 10:37:28
We have a partly new team in place, here at the Press Office of the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London, with our new Editorial Assistant, Amal Froidevaux, who comes from Aix-en-Provence (in south-eastern France) and started with us in September, and our new Project Manager, Joanna Routaboul, who joined the department at the start of December. Joanna, who was previously based near Agen (in south-western France), replaces Pierre Mancini, who decided to leave London and return to Paris when he was offered a job in the cultural-services sector. Joanna has a strong background in sales and marketing, and will be an invaluable addition to the team so as to develop our activity into 2013 — something which is more important than ever in these challenging times. The September-to-December period is always a busy one at the Press Office of the French Trade Commission, here in London, if only because there are so many trade shows in September and October that are attended by French companies over the period. (from left to right: Amal Froidevaux, Joanna Routaboul, Philip Jolly and Katherine Woods) From 20 to 23 September, in London, 100% Design focused on French expertise and creativity in interior design. On 21 November, we had another event relating to design but, this time, it was the world of fashion, with the French Fashion Showroom, organised by our colleagues in the Consumer Goods Department at the French Trade Commission. On 20 September, for my part, I travelled down to Southampton to meet one of our clients at the Boat Show: West Riviera Yachting is a dry-port operator that runs a well-equipped facility in the port of Tréguier, in northern Brittany, and we did some PR for them ahead of the trade show, in the summer, as you may remember. Many British sailing enthusiasts find that congestion and high charges in ports along the south coast of England are an issue, and increasingly turn to mooring options on the Continent as a result — Brittany being an obvious choice, given the quality of the facilities on offer, their comparatively low cost, and the overall beauty of this maritime region of western France. Gas Tech was another important trade fair I went to (8 to 11 October), and there were many interesting French companies at the EXCEL exhibition centre, which are involved in the business and technology of transporting and processing natural gas. The picture would not be complete without some references to Food & Drink, and the Saatchi Gallery wine event at the end of October (26 and 27) springs to mind: we assisted CIV CORSE, the syndicate of Corsican winegrowers, who had a stand at the event, to better promote a range of original and high-end Corsican wines. The Saatchi event was interesting in that it combined a B-to-B dimension (aimed at trade professionals) with a B-to-C angle (intended to offer the general public an opportunity to discover new, quality wines). We have also had a successful press trip (3 and 4 December), organised on behalf of our client, NFI, the agency for the promotion of the northern city of Lille and its surrounding region. A joint British/German press delegation (including four British journalists) travelled over to Lille in order to learn more about current developments in biotechnology in northern France. The press trip combined field visits, meetings with industry executives and entrepreneurs, and a tour of the BioFIT event: BioFIT is an international partnering event of reference in the life-sciences sector, and it focuses on technology transfers and collaborative projects that have the potential to shape the biotech industry of the future. Last but not least, among the events we have recently helped to organise and publicise, the docking of the Etoile du Roy tall ship, first at Portsmouth, then St Katharine Docks in London, has generated a huge amount of media interest — from regional TV news (with a report on ITV Meridian) to the trade and national press (with an article in The Daily Telegraph). The object of this interest has been the pink onion of Brittany, since the replica of a Nelson-era warship was laden with Roscoff pink onions typical of Brittany and known for their subtle, sweet taste. The ship itself is well known to the British public: it was originally built for Hornblower, the British television series, first broadcast in the UK in the 1990s. The pink onion has a special place in Franco-British relations: in 1828, a producer from Saint-Pol-de-Léon, on the northern coast of Brittany, decided to cross the English Channel and sell his produce directly to the British consumer. Won over by the taste of the pink onion, the British welcomed the sellers that arrived each year and named them Johnnies, or Little Jeans, as Jean — or Yann, in its Breton version — is John in English. The Onion Johnnies used to walk (or cycle) from door to door with the plaited onions on their shoulders — hence the stereotypical image of the French onion (or garlic) seller, who sports a beret and rides a bicycle up and down the country… I am told some people in Britain still think that all (or most) Frenchmen dress in the way that the Onion Johnnies used to in the 1920s and 1930s: for the sake of accuracy, it should be stressed that this is a misconception. On 4 December, the ship reached St Katharine Docks, and it is due to set sail on 17 December to go back to France: as a result, many Londoners and others have had the opportunity to get on board and sample the pink onions on offer. On 10 December, a special event was organised, which went on from 4.00pm to 9.00pm: it gave trade professionals and members of the media the opportunity to sample some pink onions brought over by the Etoile du Roy. Mr Bernard Emié, French Ambassador to the UK, was guest of honour and made a speech. Together with a few journalists, I went for a drink in Dickens Inn afterwards — a nice way to round off the evening. As you will see from the wide range of stories we have covered in the past few months, we continue to offer something for everyone, from flooring material for sports facilities (with Gerflor, which won several contracts for the London Olympic Games) to laminated timber (with sector leader MATHIS, making inroads into the Persian Gulf), and from exciting food products from France’s overseas territories (on display at SIAL 2012) to airbag protective jackets for motorcyclists (as designed and developed by innovative company HELITE). Many more companies covered in this bulletin would deserve a mention, but you can discover them for yourself, such as QOOQ and its culinary tablet preloaded with 1,000 recipes or ALDEBARAN Robotics, a world leader in humanoid robots, the latest application of which is in the classroom across many schools in England. (No, you can’t order one that will do the hoovering and the rest of the housework for you yet, although I wouldn’t be surprised if such a model were available on the market before long!) The next issue of UBIFRANCE UK will come out in the latter part of February 2013. Till then, and if you can’t wait that long, do follow us on Twitter in real time ( https://twitter.com/   at @UBIFRANCE_UK). The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE will be closed over the festive season, from 24 December to 1 January included. We wish you an enjoyable end-of-year break, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Philip Jolly Manager — Press Office UBIFRANCE London, the French Trade Commission in the UK  Construction and Energy THETIS MRE keeps a-Brest in marine renewables THETIS MRE, the only annual convention devoted to marine renewable energy (MRE), will take place from 10 to 11 April 2013 in Brest (Brittany). The convention will provide an opportunity for the sector’s major international players to gather and exchange ideas about the marine-based energies of the future. http://www.thetis-emr.com MATHIS is glued to success in Qatar MATHIS, a European leader in glulam-timber construction, was chosen to supply the glulam elements of part of the new Doha International Airport, in the Qatari capital. The 80m x 25m structure, which has been completed, is the first glulam construction to be erected in Qatar. http://www.mathis.eu/?lang=en Gerflor’s Creation ushers in a new world in commercial spaces Gerflor, a flooring specialist, has launched Creation, which is a recyclable floor-covering range specially designed for commercial spaces. This product range is made up of luxury glue-down tiles and planks for areas that must withstand a large footfall. www.gerflor.com   Engineering and Transport CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES’ mechatronic solutions strike the stroke CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES develops cutting-edge mini-size actuators and piezoelectric motors with a range of scientific, industrial and medical applications. One of the company’s innovations is the Linear Stepping Piezo Actuator (LSPA) motor, a linear piezoelectric micromotor with nanoscale positioning and a long stroke. http://www.cedrat-technologies.com/ TECALEMIT FLEXIBLES’ hoses and tubes go organic TECALEMIT FLEXIBLES, a specialist in flexible hoses for industry, has launched the innovative BBIO Universal TECALEMIT® tube, which is made from plastics of 100% biological origin. The company unveiled the tube at the MIDEST trade show, which took place from 6 to 9 November 2012 in the Paris region. http://www.tecalemit.fr/ INEL’s Xsolo measures your residual stress from America to Europe INEL, a specialist in X-ray diffraction (XRD) equipment, is to release Xsolo, a portable residual-stress-measurement system, in late 2012. The company manufactures a range of XRD equipment, used in both public- and private-sector R&D centres, as well as in industry. INEL, which is present in the USA, is seeking distributors across Europe. www.inel.fr HELITE airbags the market for motorcycle protective jackets HELITE, an airbag-technology expert, launched its cutting-edge range of high-performance airbag protective jackets for motorcyclists at Motorcycle Live, which took place from 24 November to 2 December in Birmingham (UK). http://helite.com/ Lille region’s FUTUROTEXTILES lies in CETI  The Centre Européen des Textiles Innovants (or CETI, i.e. the European Centre for Innovative Textiles) opened on 10 October in the Lille region. The opening coincided with the start of the third FUTUROTEXTILES innovative-textiles exhibition. http://www.ceti.com/   Food and Drink Prince de Bretagne brings the Onion Johnnies back to Britain Prince de Bretagne, which produces and markets the Roscoff pink onion of Brittany, chartered the Etoile du Roy, a tall ship, to transport a cargo of onions from Brittany to London, via Portsmouth. On 10 December, an event held on the ship in London proved popular with the trade, the media and the general public. http://www.prince-de-bretagne.com/?language=en Corsican wines enrich London Experience at Saatchi Gallery CIVCORSE, the Corsican Wine Board, represented seven estates from the French island of Corsica at The London Experience, which took place at the Saatchi Gallery (London) from 26 to 27 October. All the producers are seeking partners and distributors in the UK and Ireland. Millésime Bio 2013 is organically yours at 20 Next year, Millésime Bio, the organic-wine trade show, will celebrate its 20th anniversary. From 28 to 30 January 2013, the trade fair will take place in Montpellier, which is at the heart of France’s leading region for organic winegrowing. The trade show is expected to attract 3,500 visitors. http://www.millesime-bio.com/ French overseas territories give SIAL 2012 that tropical feel There were 22 companies from France’s overseas territories at SIAL 2012, the international trade show for the food industry, held from 21 to 25 October at the Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre (near Paris). The Pavilion displayed products such as Rhum Agricole, coffee, fruit-based items and seafood from Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion Island. Nord-Pas-de-Calais features  Agroé at SIAL 2012 The Nord-Pas-de-Calais region hosted a pavilion at SIAL 2012. France’s leading region for agri-food exports focused on innovation and Agroé, its cluster of excellence within the sector. UNOWHY’s QOOQ speaks English in the kitchen UNOWHY has launched the English version of QOOQ, the first tablet computer that is made for the kitchen. The tablet is preloaded with 1,000 international multimedia recipes, ingredient fact sheets, and useful meal-planning tools to help gastronomy lovers in the kitchen. www.qooq.com   Health and Services Minasolve’s parabens substitute takes SCS Formulate by storm Minasolve, a specialist in the personal-care and pharmaceutical ingredients markets, exhibited its new ethyl hexyl glycerine — MinaCare Hexcine — at SCS Formulate, the trade show for the cosmetics industry, held from 13 to 14 November in Coventry (England). Minasolve is seeking a distributor in the UK. http://minasolve.com/ EcoVadis and CDP bring CSR to the supply chain EcoVadis and Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) have announced a partnership whereby the two companies offer an enhanced service to both EcoVadis and CDP Supply Chain’s customers. The partnership is founded on the companies’ expertise: CDP specialises in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, climate change and water, whereas EcoVadis covers all main CSR topics. http://www.ecovadis.com/website/l-en/home.aspx B.I.G. Talents hit the town in November Involving both a trade show and a business convention, B.I.G. Talents is the only business event of its kind in France that is devoted to biotech, IT and greentech (B.I.G.). The event took place from 14 to 15 November in Rouen (north-western France). http://www.big-talents.eu/ E-Commerce Paris 2012 goes from strength to strength — and to China The E-Commerce Paris trade show has reinforced its reputation as a crucial event for the e-commerce sector, with 500 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors in 2012. E-Commerce Paris 2012 ended on 20 September after three successful days focusing on changes in market trends and on innovation; a special conference session put the spotlight on China. http://www.ecommerceexpo.co.uk/ France is Brand Licensing Europe, from Asterix to Moulin Rouge® UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, was organising a pavilion at the Brand Licensing Europe trade show, held from 16 to 18 October in London (UK). The Pavilion, which was supported by the French Licensing Federation (F2D2), featured 10 licensing specialists who work with The Jim Henson Company, Moulin Rouge® and Asterix, among others. http://www.brandlicensing.eu/   IT and Robotics ALDEBARAN Robotics unleashes NAO on Warwickshire schools ALDEBARAN Robotics, a world leader in humanoid robotics, has equipped over 200 secondary schools worldwide with its NAO robot. In order to increase pupil interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), the company has introduced the humanoid robot into schools across Warwickshire (England). www.aldebaran-robotics.com/en Runware’s Runalyzer Sport Pack conquers the heart of MFi users Runware has launched the Runalyzer Sport Pack, which combines an iPhone-compatible heart-rate monitor, chest strap and armband. The designer of innovative smartphone accessories has been certified by Apple to design devices specifically made for iPhones, iPads and iPods (or MFi devices). http://www.runware.com/ Conscio Technologies meters clients’ security awareness with ISAM Conscio Technologies, a publisher of information-security solutions, has joined forces with Hapsis, a Sensitive Security Information (SSI) specialist, to create the Information Security Awareness Meter (ISAM). The ISAM analyses the information-security culture of a company before providing a detailed action plan for improving security. http://www.conscio-technologies.com/   For further information, please contact : UBIFRANCE Press Office in London Tel: +44 (0) 207 024 3640 contact.ftpb@ubifrance.fr    

France is Brand Licensing Europe and beyond

Amal Froidevaux - 09-oct.-2012 15:58:04
UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, is organising a pavilion at the Brand Licensing Europe trade show, which will be held from 16 to 18 October 2012 in London (UK). The Pavilion, which is supported by the French Licensing Federation (F2D2), will feature 10 licensing specialists who work with The Jim Henson Company, Moulin Rouge® and Asterix, among others. A major event in the licensing industry, Brand Licensing Europe will be held at the Olympia exhibition centre in central London (UK) from 16 to 18 October 2012. In 2011, this leading trade show hit a record attendance with 7,430 visitors, a rise of 22% on 2010. A delegation of 10 French companies will be at the trade fair, sharing an 84m² pavilion (Stand D130) organised by UBIFRANCE, the French export-support agency, and supported by F2D2, the French Licensing Federation. The companies are listed below; further information is available on request. Alphanim Alphanim’s Licensing & Marketing Department develops and manages brand-licensing and merchandising programmes for both fully owned and third-party brands. Among other clients, Alphanim manages global rights to 50-year-old cartoon brand Calimero and represents US film studio The Jim Henson Company in French-speaking countries of Europe. www.alphanim.com BESOMEONE Rooted in urban culture since 2003, BESOMEONE is an original, creative and competitive urban- and street-wear fashion brand. The company stresses the fact that it differs from the competition by way of its original creations, its complementary range of products and its values, such as respect and diversity. www.besomeone.fr Cyber Group Studios Cyber Group Studios is a multi-award-winning independent producer and distributor specialising in quality children’s programming with an international appeal. Through its Marketing and Licensing Department, the company has also developed a consumer-product licensing activity for each of its productions. www.cybergroupstudios.com/ France Televisions Distribution France Televisions Distribution (FTD) is a rights distributor and brand manager that works with producers and licensors to maximise the revenue of television programmes across all media platforms. FTD proposes global strategies that cover co-production, licensing, distribution, cross-overs between different media (from magazines to video on demand), and events tailored to audiovisual programmes. http://www.francetv.com/ Les Editions Albert René Since 1959, Les Editions Albert René has managed the Asterix rights globally. Asterix, originally a series of French comics, is now an international expanded licence that is well known, thanks to more than 350 million comic books sold worldwide, eight animated movies, three live-action films, a theme park, and hundreds of spin-off products. www.asterix.com Moonscoop Specialising in licensing, promotion, retail and television, Moonscoop thinks globally, with vertical integration across the entertainment value chain, from production to distribution, consumer products and new media. The company’s core values are to establish properties with longevity, while innovating and diversifying. http://www.moonscoop.com/ Moulin Rouge SA Moulin Rouge SA owns the rights to the trademarks and imagery of Moulin Rouge® (which stems from the Parisian cabaret) worldwide. The company provides specialist services through a growing portfolio of high-end licences, worldwide brand expansion, and licence development for everyday merchandise. www.moulinrougestore.com/ Propertiz Propertiz’s portfolio includes the licences of French production companies Method Animation and Onyx Films. Propertiz handles the rights of a number of children-focused properties, including, Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) in close collaboration with the Saint-Exupéry-d’Agay Estate and a global network of licensing agents, as well as Peter Pan (worldwide, excluding France). www.propertiz-licensing.com/ Roland-Garros Collection Founded in 1987 for the French Open tennis tournament, Roland-Garros Collection now has a much wider presence in Brazil, China and across Europe. The company has enhanced its image worldwide through its co-branded products, including Adidas, Peugeot and Swatch, and is now opening up to new categories of products. http://www.rolandgarros.com/index.html Teo Jasmin A French household name for gifts, Teo Jasmin is launching its mascot, Teo Cherry, as an official licence. Although the bulldog mascot is already licensed in the stationery, interior-design, games, telecoms and gift fields, Teo Jasmin is looking to expand further the visibility of Teo Cherry. http://www.teojasmin.com/en/ About F2D2 Created in 2009, the French Licensing Federation (or F2D2) is the official body representing the French licensing industry. F2D2 is open to IP owners and licensing agents based (and conducting business) in the French-speaking countries and regions of Europe. F2D2 is also an established think tank and a trusted source of information for its members. Since 2011, F2D2 has been the organiser of the French Licensing Awards. http://f2d2infos.blogspot.com     About UBIFRANCE UBIFRANCE is the French export-support agency. As the partner of reference for French companies wishing to export, UBIFRANCE offers a complete range of services based on the provision of information on export markets, legal issues and regulations, as well as international finance and tenders, while also supplying sectorial data. In addition, UBIFRANCE offers export advice and targeted support to companies’ commercial activities, such as exploratory visits, partnership meetings, foreign exhibitions and international press communication. Finally, UBIFRANCE runs the International Postgraduate Programme (VIE) for employing qualified personnel and young graduates outside France. UBIFRANCE is showcasing 10 French companies at Brand Licensing Europe, which will take place at the London Olympia exhibition hall in London (UK) from 16 to 18 October 2012. The French Pavilion will be located on Stand D130. For further information about Brand Licensing Europe, please go to:   http://www.brandlicensing.eu/   For further information about the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk/  
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