Monthly Archive: December 2016

What Does the New “Unfair Contract Terms” Legislation for Small Business Mean for Australia?

From 12 November 2016, a new law will protect small business in Australia from unfair contractual terms.  The law covers ‘standard form contracts’ that are prepared by one party and presented on a ‘take it or leave it’ basis, where: At least one of the parties is a small business (employing less than 20 people); The upfront price payable under


LIMA India Networking Success

LIMA held its first festive networking event in India on Thursday, December 8 at Opa! Bar & Café in Mumbai. Over 25 delegates comprised of both LIMA members and non-members were in attendance. This event was one with purpose, with professionals from the licensing industry networking with different types of businesses – thus enabling business leaders and entrepreneurs the opportunity

Utku Tansel

Licensing Cross-industry Potential Presents Untapped Opportunities

Euromonitor International estimates that while the combined value of industries that offer potential for licensing amounts to almost US$7 trillion globally, arguably the most licensable categories within these industries generate as much as US$3.5 trillion in combined overall global retail sales. The following categories could debatably be among the most important for licensing across the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industries:

Steve Sparacino

How SnapChat is Beneficial for Branding, Marketing, and Licensing

According to Convince & Convert, SnapChat in the past 12 months, has grown its awareness rate from 60% to 72% amongst Americans 12 and older. This is just one benign statistic of how powerful SnapChat can be to your marketing, and branding efforts. In comparison to other Social Media platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Pinterest, it has