＜Consecutive Interpretation English→Japanese＞
A Chat With Leading Art & Design Brand Practitioners
- Licensing as a means to increase the value of art and design archives
Ms. Lauren Sizeland, Director of Business Development & Licensing, V&A Enterprises
Ms. Sachiko Imaizumi, President, andFIKA, Co., Ltd., Exclusive Agent of Finlayson in Japan
Mr. Takanori Ueno, General Manager Licensing Department, Laura Ashley Japan Co., Ltd.
Ms. Kaori Taniguchi, General Manager, LIMA Japan
The Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) is the home to a diverse and extensive collection of 4 million works of modern art, classic art from around the world, and craft and design that forms the basis of its licensing activities.
Finlayson was established in 1820, and as Finland’s oldest textile brand, pioneered the textile industry in the country.
Laura Ashley was founded in London, UK in 1953 and, with its unique original textile patterns, has become Britain's leading lifestyle brand.
Practitioners from these leading art and design brands will share their views and experience on design, heritage, and sustaining and improving brand value and other related aspects of licensing in this category.