Edutainment animated brand StoryZoo had just launched its services on major Spanish telecommunications providers. This move was met with excitement and anticipation from both the company and its potential customers.
"Launching on Spanish Telco providers means that the show will be easily accessible to families in Spain through their television or streaming services," stated Johannes Gropp, Founder & CEO StoryZoo. "This is a positive development as it provides more opportunities for Spanish-speaking children to enjoy and learn from the StoryZoo series. It's also a testament to the global appeal of educational content for kids," he added.
The decision to partner with Spanish telco providers was strategic. StoryZoo aimed to reach a wider audience in Spain by offering its services as part of bundled packages, making it more accessible and affordable for subscribers. This move was also a part of their broader international expansion strategy, with a focus on providing localized content and user experiences.
The StoryZoo content portfolio consists of the ‘StoryZoo adventures’ in the Zoo as well as in the Museum which was a cooperation between StoryZoo and the famous Van Gogh Museum.