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Davos 2013: Moshi Monsters Set For Wild Growth

Friday, January 25, 2013 - 02:35

Jan. 25 - The man behind Moshi Monsters, Mind Candy CEO Michael Acton-Smith, discusses his plans to become the world’s biggest digital entertainment company on the sidelines of the WEF in Davos.

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Well at the bit of a crazy audacious -- I was still very early stage but I think it. Important to dream big. You know the entertainment industry is such -- supplement. New devices. And pop -- imagine. That we had a lot of success for the first game what she wants this week runs about seventy million registered users online in our expanding offline. We've music albums always books magazines film outlays this year so -- Buddy Guy but -- I think we've gone around on exciting future ahead of its. You meting customers partners it is that you're going to be doing deals and we'll we'll be getting out of what that -- that -- so when I was invited I was I was pretty excited on part of the tech pioneers. -- program going on here. So I'm hits it's -- -- some amazing people. I had a policy that doubles on prospects don't look a little bit about. London London attack is that going to be a success how to do well. Silicon roundabout in Texas hail -- wanna call it it saw. Heading in the right direction -- we know as big. Silicon Valley yet but I think it's great that the government shining the spotlight in this new area -- realize how important that saw. For the UK economy war -- tenacity and school. On wants to accomplish -- -- so I think that's a positive how you view that nowadays in these times of austerity. The funding is that he's in Silicon Valley we're seeing going -- and his you don't play completely consistent happened Silicon Valley with the second. That generational. Putting money into a lot of little stuff so we've got great PCs -- on the I'm not quite as. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You're in the tech industry is not part of the problem part of the solution. Well I think that the tech industry is hiring very rapidly. There's a lot of innovations a lot of amazing company's growing an extraordinary place. Not just on the West Coast of the US that you'll moms that different parts of the UK premature on the world. I think one of the most important things we can do with this dog with the kids at school and teach them about this world that entry NC. You know jobs that it's all going to be getting when they leave school. I don't even exist when they start school. That we have to be very open minded might be teaching children in the coming months or free stuff it's an accident -- viable fighting rip -- pull them. -- realizing how important it is to cut it which is being described as the architecture of the 21 century.

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Davos 2013: Moshi Monsters Set For Wild Growth

Friday, January 25, 2013 - 02:35

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