HeART BIT: applications with Japanese Anime characters at MWC 2012Created on 2012/2/23 | Update 2012/2/29 | 1765 reads
For more than 10 years HeART BIT, INC. has been producing digital content for mobile phones, delivering more than 200 well-known Japanese anime characters. During the Mobile World Congress 2012 the company is located in the Japanese pavilion.
With this success they are now expanding and diversifying their business to include a home theme application tool "Sumaho?Change" for everyone to use, creating social games for mobile phones for worldwide release, distributing applications with Japanese Anime characters in Asian countries, and localizing foreign application titles for the Japanese market.
They have group companies in the US, China and Taiwan. They are actively pursuing international business opportunities as they expand into the global market.
MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS
Japanese pavilion App Planet
27 February - 1 March 2012
Barcelona Montjuïc Fira de Barcelona
HeART BIT, INC.
Step Roppongi Bldg. West, 6-8-10, Roppongi, Minato-ku
Tokyo - JAPAN - 106-0032
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