ATLANTA, GA (July 15, 2021) – CLC, the nation’s leading collegiate trademark licensing agency, today announced that its new CORE81 licensing platform is now live, launching with five institutions that will use the new system to help advance their licensing goals. Cottey College, Huntington University, Johnson C. Smith University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and Saint Augustine’s University have all selected CORE81 to help achieve better brand control and improve their fan’s experience with licensed merchandise.
CORE81 empowers colleges and universities to efficiently navigate the hurdles of establishing or developing smaller trademark licensing programs. CORE81 provides an easy-to-use, online toolbox for licensee tracking, artwork approvals, royalty collection, and program management so institutions can focus on effectively managing their brands and unlocking new revenue potential.
“We developed CORE81 to address a need in the industry for a licensing solution that makes the benefits of licensing easier to obtain and establish on any campus.” said Brad Coley, CLC’s Vice President of Partnerships. “We are excited to partner with these great institutions to help them take their licensing programs to the next level.”
For more information on CORE81, visit www.core81.com.
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