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Kidscreen is the world’s leading business publication and conference producer serving the information needs and interests of the kids entertainment industry.
The magazine offers distinct and authoritative coverage of the issues, trends and market developments shaping the way children’s entertainment professionals do business. With our unique 360-degree approach to editorial content, we explore every sector involved in launching and building a kids property, from creative concept, to production & distribution, to consumer products & marketing, to evergreen brand renewal. This comprehensive focus makes Kidscreen a must-read publication for all executives operating in the kids entertainment industry, thus creating a targeted and effective marketing opportunity.
Held each February, Kidscreen Summit is renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event. In 2020, the conference welcomed more than 2,200 attendees from 50-plus countries. Top decision- and deal-makers in the kids business attend Kidscreen Summit to engage in critical dialogue on issues that affect the industry, and to take advantage of year’s best networking opportunities.
The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Republic of Indonesia is responsible for the development of the country’s tourism and creative economies into advanced, competitive and sustainable ecosystems. It also aims to promote local culture as the backbone of a modern and independent Indonesia.
The Ministry’s mission is to strengthen the national economic structure through the optimization of tourism and creative economy management.
Screen Queensland (SQ), based in Brisbane, Australia, is a government-owned company striving to make Queensland a global leader in the screen industry. SQ fosters talent, invests in projects, attracts production and ignites the state’s passion for screen culture through project development and production investment, initiatives, co-working spaces and mentorships. For more information, visit www.screenqueensland.com.au
VIPO is a non-profit organization officially established in June 2005 through the KEIDANREN Japan Business Federation, which counts 1,412 Japanese companies and 109 national industrial associations as members. This coalition works together to implement government policies.
VIPO supports the Japanese content industry (anime, broadcasting, character design, games, movies, music, publishing) mainly in the areas of human resources and market development to make Japan’s content industry internationally competitive and to contribute to the growth of the Japanese economy.