Thursday June 4, 2020

Animatazz gives Barnardos a boost

Animatazz, the children’s animation kit that was funded on Dragons’ Den, is on track to make a €1 million profit for its backers - and deliver a boost to Barnardos.

12th December, 2009

Animatazz, the children’s animation kit that was funded on Dragons’ Den, is on track to make a €1 million profit for its backers - and deliver a boost to Barnardos.

The company has struck an international rights deal with Drumond Park, a Scottish firm that already distributes the Rubik’s Cube and board games for Deal or No Deal and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Under the deal, Animatazz’s owners,...

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