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Strategic Alliance Between NeoTany Media Inc & Dream C&C

2018.11.05 19:13

(주) 네오타니 미디어는 대표적 완구 리딩 제조 회사인 Dream C&C와 전략적 제휴를 맺고, Major Toy 시장 진출을 도모 하게 되었다. 스테티 캐릭터( 보노보노, 문민 등) 완구 론칭을 국내에 성공적으로 이끈 Dream C&C는 향 후 네오타니의 글로벌 네트워킹을 통해, "쁘띠 드라군" 및 맞춤형 캐릭터 IPs들 로써 향 후 캐릭터 완구의 메이저(미주, 유럽) 시장을 개척 해 나아 갈 것 이다.

NEOTANY MEDIA INC. GLOBAL CONTENTS TRENDER!

2018.10.22 21:39

NeoTany Media was selected as the 1st prize for the 2018 marketing support package! Thank you, Incheon Venture Business Association !! Neotany Media a été choisi comme 1er prix pour le programme de soutien à la commercialisation des emballages 2018! Merci, Incheon Venture Business Association !! "Tout ce que je te promets ç'est un nouveau départ"

MOU on Broadcasting Content Exchange

2018.10.22 21:24

Between Mongolia Ulaanbaatan casting System ("UBS") and NeoTany Media. The Financial Times, one of the world’s leading business news organizations, will reinforce ties with Maeil Business Media Group in regards to the new general broadcasting TV service network being promoted by Maeil Business Newspaper & Maeil Business TV News. Chang Dae-whan, Chairman & Publisher of Maeil Business Newspaper & Maeil Business TV News, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with John Ridding, the Financial Times` CEO, at the Financial Times Headquarters Office in London on January 25 (local time) for further cooperation such as exchanging contents. Ridding said Financial Times concluded the MOU to strengthen cooperation with Maeil Business Media Group such as exchanging video contents when Maekyung Group acquires the license to run the new general broadcasting TV service network.

NEOTANY YouTube OPEN!

2018.10.22 21:26

The “Corner Office” column in the 11/11/12 Sunday New York Times featured Jeff Weiner, the chief executive of LinkedIn. Within that column are two points about questioning that are worth noting. First, Wiener advised people starting their career to spend some time thinking about a very basic, fundamental question: “Looking back on your career 20, 30 years from now, what do you want to say you’ve accomplished?” Seems like an obvious one, right? But Wiener says, “You’d be amazed how many people I meet who don’t have the answer to the question. They either never asked themselves that or they got swept up in a stream of opportunity that led from one thing to another—more titles, more money—and they just didn’t stop to ask themselves that simple question.” So be forewarned: If you ever interview at LinkedIn, Jeff Wiener is going to ask you this question and you’d better be prepared. And even if you never plan to interview at Linkedin, it’s a question worth spending some time on.