Bee Licensing announces new partnerships for Do You Promise

Bee Licensing has announced it will be bringing new properties to the Do You Promise app including Arty Mouse and Super Geek Heroes.

The Do You Promise app combines technology, rewards and fun characters in an engaging app designed to positively influence children’s development and behavior. Both brands, which are represented by the learning through play agency Edutainment Licensing, will supply characters for the interactive component of the Do You Promise app.

“The growth of app-based learning can benefit children enormously if managed correctly," explained Denise Dean, owner of Edutainment Licensing. "The delightful Do You Promise app brings together fun and development in one inspirational package. We are delighted to be working with this clever and charming offering.”

“The ingenious concept behind Do You Promise brings together friendly, likeable characters with an app that encourages positive development in an entertaining and engaging way," added Trudi Bishop, founder and director of Bee Licensing.

"Children will love interacting with characters they know and like, making this app a positive experience for families and a major opportunity for licensees.”

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