Emma Gardner Eyes Europe with Boom Licensing Partnership

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LONDON--Designer Emma Gardner has appointed Boom Licensing to develop an international licensing program in Europe. Boom will work to secure European licensing partners across a range of home furnishings, decorative accessory and gift categories for Emma Gardner and her two brands, emma gardner design and emma at home.

"Emma Gardner's beautiful designs, influenced by Asian, modern art and natural themes should have a strong appeal in Europe," said Anna Cartwright, owner of Boom Licensing. "We are excited at the prospect of bringing these beautiful brands to a new audience."

Patrick McDarrah, president, emma gardner design, LLC, added, "Boom is the perfect steward for Emma's fun, fresh and colorful aesthetic."

Gardner's established brands include bespoke handmade rugs, machine-made, flatweave and outdoor rugs, wall-to-wall carpeting for both residential and hospitality markets, fabric for the healthcare market, cushions, candles, blankets and fine art reproductions on paper and canvas.

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