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Mondo TV closes new license agreement on Robot Trains

27 Sep - 2017

Tags from the story: CJ E&M, Mondo TV, Robot Trains.

The list of licensees on board on the Robot Trains project is growing!

Mondo TV, one of Europe’s largest producers and distributors of animated programs, reports that it has reached a new agreement to grant some rights related to Robot Trains property, owned by CJ E&M – a Korean content and marketing company of which Mondo TV is a distributor and as far as the second season is co-producer.

The latest Robot Trains agreement was closed with Kimbe S.r.l., a leading company specializing in consumers’ events and related to the development of costume characters, live events and attractions. The agreement would consist of events and costume characters to be realized in Italy from January 1st 2018 to March 1st 2020.

Sergio Ravanelli, CEO Kimbe srl:As Kimbe’s CEO, I’m very happy to start collaborating with Mondo TV Suisse. My Society really believes in this property and, given to its quality, we expect a lot from this co-operation. For more than 10 years, Kimbe is the leader in Italy in the world of designing, managing and organizing events at the Shopping Centers and GDOs. Our flagship is represented by the most prestigious licensed Costume Characters, which are mainly related to kids and of which we have the exclusive rights in Italy. This multi-year know-how makes Kimbe a cross-reality and all other single licensors can make use of their events. Even in the case of Robot Trains, we make full use of the other players on board, with the common goal of further enhancing this important brand“.

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