Revamped licensing show on the way

NEW YORK — The Licensing 2005 International show will feature an enhanced Art and Design Licensing Gallery with a redesigned section that includes additional exhibition space, an art lounge and a café as well as a newly formed Art & Design Licensing Gallery advisory board.

The event is scheduled for June 21 to 23 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center .

According to the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association (LIMA), a worldwide trade association for the licensing industry that sponsors the show, there has been a 3.7 percent increase in art and design royalty revenues over the past year, bringing the total to $167 million.

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