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Muriel Tramis

Hav­ing re­mained at Cok­tel Vi­sion un­til 2003, Muriel Tramis be­came the CEO of an edu­tain­ment, games and an­i­mated movie com­pany called Avan­tilles. In July 2018, she was ap­pointed to the rank of Che­va­lier Of The Le­gion Of Hon­our, the high­est or­der or merit for mil­i­tary or civil ser­vice in France. Much of this was for her work with edu­tain­ment, not least the cre­ation of the Adi se­ries.

Ar­naud Del­rue

Ar­naud set up a com­pany called Hor­tus Soft in 1998 with Philippe La­mar­que and Matthieu Mar­ci­acq, pro­duc­ing in­ter­ac­tive, ed­u­ca­tional on­line soft­ware. He con­tin­ued to de­velop web­sites be­fore mov­ing into app pro­duc­tion after 2010 for IOS and An­droid. He’s now work­ing on an ed­u­ca­tional app for chil­dren called Wiloki and a gam­ing app that uses ge­olo­ca­tion and aug­mented re­al­ity called Ran­dos­mart. He devel­ops with Roland Oskian who he has now worked with for more than 30 years.

emma Kreuz

After Cok­tel’s takeover by Sierra On-line, Emma Kreuz was pro­moted from the role of Euro­pean PR man­ager for games and edu­tain­ment to Euro­pean brand man­ager for Cen­dant Soft­ware and Sierra On-line. She then spent 16 years with Dub­bing & Lo­cal­i­sa­tion Mul­ti­me­dia in Madrid as sales and mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor for a com­pany that trans­lates, dubs and sub­ti­tles con­tent. To­day, she is the CEO of ACE – Au­dio­vi­sual, Com­mu­ni­ca­tion And En­ter­tain­ment Agency.

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