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Atlantyca Entertainment and NAKAS GROUP Sign Licensing Deal for Geronimo Stilton Stationery Products

Products will be based on Geronimo Stilton books.

Atlantyca Entertainment has signed a licensing agreement with Greek Publisher, The Hartini Poli Editions of NAKAS GROUP, to produce a line of gift and stationery products for its Geronimo Stilton brand based on the classic book of the same name.  

The deal expands the relationship with the two companies – NAKAS GROUP is Atlantyca’s publishing partner for its Geronimo Stilton Comic Books in the country. 

Set to be in stores in Greece and Cyprus by Spring 2022, NAKAS will produce a variety of stationery products that will include pencils, pencil cases, stamps, puzzles, board games, stickers sheets, mugs, keychains, notebooks, calendars, activity kits, stationery sets and more. 

“We strive to always build on our partner relationships,” says Marco Piccinini, licensing and agents manager, Atlantyca Entertainment. “Geronimo Stilton’s young fans love to have stationary products as part of their school and daily routines. We are so excited to broaden our relationship with NAKAS GROUP, who are the best at what they do with great detail and look forward to sharing these products with young children, Geronimo Stilton fans old and new, in the forthcoming year.” 

“Bringing what we love out to the world is our top priority," says Angelina Papadimitriou, licensing coordinator, Hartini Poli Editions.  “We are happy to include Geronimo Stilton to our gifts and stationary catalogue. Children in Greece love this sharp reporter and his friends and we look forward to share our new products with all of them."

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