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Now in its eighth year, the Asian Animation Summit (AAS) is an annual event designed to showcase Asia’s strongest animated projects looking for investors and partners.

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Now in its eighth year, the Asian Animation Summit (AAS) is an annual event designed to showcase Asia’s strongest animated projects looking for investors and partners.

PARTNERS & SPONSORS

Whether you’re looking to introduce a project to more buyers & investors, or make a high-profile commitment to supporting Asian content, AAS 2019 has plenty of sponsorship options to help you achieve your goals.

CLICK HERE to see the sponsorship menu, and then please get in touch if you have any questions or more specific needs. We are standing by to custom-design an opportunity that’s a perfect fit for you.


  • Hosting Partner

    The Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) is South Korea's leading government agency that promotes the development of Korean creative content, both domestically and abroad. KOCCA offers a comprehensive program that includes support for production, marketing, export, human resources development, and technology development available to Korean creative industries ranging from animation and character licensing, to gaming, broadcasting, music and fashion.

    Support provided to the animation and character licensing industries focuses on these activities:

    • the production of short, television and feature animation
    • the development of licensed products featuring domestic animation characters
  • Presenting Partners

    BEKRAF is responsible for the development of Indonesia’s creative economy through assisting the president in formulating, defining, coordinating and synchronizing supportive policies. Its mission is to build Indonesia into one of the world’s economic forces in the creative economy by 2030, through these strategic goals:

    • Unite all of Indonesia’s assets and creative potential to achieve an independent creative economy
    • Create a conducive climate for the development of creative industries
    • Stimulate innovation in the creative field that has adds value and is on par international standards
    • Encourage insight and appreciation for all aspects of the creative economy amongst the community
    • Build awareness and appreciation of intellectual property rights, including legal protection of copyright
    • Design and implement specific strategies to place Indonesia on the world’s creative economy map

    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 2016, the conference welcomed nearly 1,800 attendees from 48 countries, with 67% of delegates based outside of the US. 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.

  • Supporting Partners

    The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is the lead government agency for Malaysia’s digital economy development. It has driven significant digital transformation and adoption across the public and private sectors in Malaysia since its establishment in 1996. Current efforts include the continuous push to create a thriving and sustainable digital economy for the country, with diversity and inclusivity being core focuses.

    A key part of MDEC’s mission is to bring Malaysian companies to new markets and international events and platforms. MDEC is proud to be a part of the Asian Animation Summit, where it is showcasing Malaysia’s digital content industry, including its world-class content and award-winning services. MDEC is also laser-focused on talent and skill development, with the goal of producing leading industry champions. As such, Malaysian digital content creators are considered critical in our policies and programs.

    On a broader scale, MDEC is also focused on formulating policies and engaged in the coordination of agencies that enable streamlined development for the digital economy. Beyond talent development, there is also a need to future-proof the workforce, expand the innovation ecosystem, and increase growth contributions from the digital economy to the GDP. MDEC is always keen to engage with partners and governments that are interested in building a more robust and competitive economy.

    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
    screenqueensland.com.au.

    Screen NSW operates as part of the New South Wales (NSW) State Government’s Sydney-based arts, screen and culture agency, Create NSW. The agency offers a range of development and production support programs for film and television projects; incentives to attract footloose production and post-production to NSW; and location and production liaison services to eligible productions considering locating in the State.

    For more information, visit www.create.nsw.gov.au.

  • Sponsor

    Cartoon Network, the number-one kids channel in Asia Pacific, offers the best in original animated content, including award-winning global hits Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go!, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Adventure Time and We Bare Bears.

    Cartoon Network is available in 14 languages and in more than 135 million pay-TV homes in 29 countries throughout Asia Pacific. Internationally, it is seen in 192 countries and over 400 million homes, and is an industry leader with a global offering of the best in award-winning animated entertainment for kids and families.

    The brand is known for putting its fans at the center of everything by applying creative thinking and innovation across multiple platforms. Cartoon Network also reaches millions more through its websites, games, partner platforms like HBO GO, and apps including Cartoon Network Watch and Play. Cartoon Network, companion brand to Boomerang and POGO, is created and distributed by WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks Asia Pacific.

  • Media Partner

    ContentAsia is an Asia-based information resource powered by a well-known team with unparalleled experience, reach and contacts in every sector and level of the region's content industry. ContentAsia’s range of products—including print, email and online—is tailor-made for different platforms and various locations and situations, including on-the go, in the office and at trade shows. More information is available at www.contentasia.tv.

  • Communications Partner

    Blueprint Public Relations is a specialist PR agency with extensive experience in UK and international corporate and consumer television publicity campaigns.

    From launching a new company, television series, theatre production, technology, product or brand to repositioning or bolstering an existing one, Blueprint meets its clients' needs through targeted and effective media campaigns.

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