emoji expands global agent network with new partners

The emoji company is expanding its global agent network, following a deal with two new partners.

ELC and Clap Licensing & Promotions are both coming on board to support the brand.

“We are happy having entered into these new partnership”, said Marco Huesges, CEO and founder of the emoji company.

“Both ELC and Clap Licensing & Promotions are industry experts and have a long-lasting expertise in managing well-known properties.

“It is inevitable for us to be managed by local experts in any region to exploit the universal year-round potential of the official emoji brand and its popular content.“

The deal will see ELC manage the property in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania, Ukraine and the Baltics, while Clap is going to manage the official emoji brand in Central America and the Caribbean.

Huesges added: “The extensive market know-how of both companies and especially their expertise in managing first-class promotional partnerships had been the key criteria for us to go with them in the region.”

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