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The Licensing Letter Sourcebook

Licensing Letter Sourcebook

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All-new 19th edition available now!

Don't waste valuable time and energy tracking down licensing contacts. We've already spent 1,600 hours verifying every listing in the 19th edition of The Licensing Letter Sourcebook, so you don't have to.

Regarded as "the very best reference book in the licensing business" by noted industry consultant Gary Caplan, The Licensing Letter Sourcebook is the only directory of licensing executives you need.

This must-have reference provides instant access to 4,468 licensing decision-makers worldwide, representing 13,144 properties. It even incorporates 1,265 listings outside the U.S.

FIND ALL THE LICENSING CONTACTS YOU NEED.

EPM Guarantee: If there's a U.S. licensing company you want to reach that isn't in The Sourcebook, we'll find it for you - or refund every penny you paid!

The Sourcebook listings include...

  • 1,467 licensors and details of the properties they own and the agents who represent them
  • 1,637 manufacturers listing the licenses they hold and the products they manufacture
  • 678 licensing agents and the properties they represent
  • 686 consultants and attorneys

CROSS-REFERENCED INDEXES HELP YOU PINPOINT THE RIGHT COMPANY FOR YOUR NEXT PROJECT.

Every listing is included in The Sourcebook's ten cross-referenced indexes. The Sourcebook contains both domestic and international indexes by:

  • Company Name
  • Individual Name
  • Licensors & Licensing Agents, By Property
  • Licensees, By Property
  • Licensees, By Products Manufactured

PRINT EDITION, DATABASE ON USB FLASH DRIVE - OR BOTH?

You'll refer to The Licensing Letter Sourcebook repeatedly to locate potential business partners and track what your competitors are doing.

Browse the print edition to find companies with the right profile to match your needs. Use extensive and flexible search capabilities of the database on the USB Flash Drive to locate contacts easily by individual, company, geographic location, property or product. Find the email addresses for over 99% of all executives. Plus, using the electronic edition, you'll have access to their LinkedIn and Twitter profiles.

The complete and current "who's who" of the licensing business, The Licensing Letter Sourcebook is the first (and last) place you turn for information on properties owned and represented, licenses held, and products manufactured. The Sourcebook is endorsed by LIMA.

Available in print edition and/or as a database on USB Flash Drive.

Published June 2014, 632 pages.

Site licenses are available for those who wish to share EPM publications with their colleagues. Please contact Randy Cochran, VP Business Development, at rcochran@epmcom.com or 212-941-1633 x18, for details.

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Licensing Letter Sourcebook, 19th Edition,
Single-User Database on USB Flash Drive
$469.00 $419.00 Add to cart
Licensing Letter Sourcebook, 19th Edition, Print Edition
$469.00 $419.00 Add to cart
Licensing Letter Sourcebook, 19th Edition,
Single-User Print Edition & USB Flash Drive
$664.00 $614.00 Add to cart


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