North Carolina’s foray into group licensing opening up numerous NIL possibilities


In July, three months after the school announced a group licensing deal for former Tar Heels athletes, UNC became the first school to announce a group licensing deal for current athletes. UNC is working with The Brandr Group, a Florida-based licensing agency, so athletes can benefit from products that incorporate the school’s trademarks and logos. (On3.com)

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North Carolina’s foray into group licensing opening up numerous NIL possibilities


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