KOJO and The People's Republic of Animation join forces to target growth opportunities

Campaign Brief 168.pngCampaign Brief 170.pngMultimedia communications company KOJO and animation specialists The People's
Republic of Animation (PRA) have joined forces to target growth in national and global
markets.

The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to partner in the creation of animation and live action content for the corporate, film and advertising industries.

KOJO managing director Dale Roberts said while KOJO and PRA remained two separate
entities, the partnership would provide competitive advantage when pitching for national and
global work.

Says Roberts: "We are often involved in projects that require leading edge live and animated content. This can be for online platforms such as websites right through to television and film.
The partnership between KOJO and the PRA brings together industry leading expertise,
creativity and experience. The PRA is an amazingly talented business and I am excited to
add their skills to new projects."

PRA CEO Sam White said the agreement created an alliance between two well-respected
firms who shared a similar culture of excellence.

Says White: "We've worked together on several successful projects over the years where I've seen firsthand KOJO's great work and supreme client service in action. Formalising this alliance
made sense to both of us as it allows us to provide a better integrated service to our
respective customers."

KOJO is a communications company specialising in content, digital, events and postproduction
with offices in Adelaide and Melbourne as well as a growing presence in Sydney and Perth. Celebrating its 21st year, KOJO is working across industry sectors with high profile corporate clients including Mitsubishi, BHP, Westpac, Motorola and L'Oreal, as well as leading advertising agencies and Hollywood producers.

Based in Adelaide, PRA specialises in providing character animation to the world's leading
console game developers, publishers and advertising agencies. It has written, directed and
produced international award-winning short films and worked on television commercials with
Bridgestone, Mitsubishi, Sony, Rundle Mall and Coopers among its clients.

1 Comments

confused said:

so kojo don't do animation any more?

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