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Paul Whitney Archuleta

Vice President

Japan Publicity Inc

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Japan Publicity Inc

385 Van Ness Ave

Torrance, California 90501

United States

Company Description

Japan Publicity is a full service and full impact event and trade show production resource. With our extensive experience we can develop any product launch, red carpet event, mobile tour or tradeshow into a three dimensional experience. We project your co... more

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ARTas1 LLC

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Sales Director's Greeting | ARTas1® Japanese Professional Illustrators

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Paul Archuleta Whitney Vice President Japan Publicity, Inc. / ARTas1®


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The moderator, Paul Whitney, is the Vice President of Japan Publicity, an international marketing firm that works with Japanese and American businesses.


The moderator, Paul Whitney, ...

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The moderator, Paul Whitney, is the Vice President of Japan Publicity, an international marketing firm that works with Japanese and American businesses.


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Faced with continued retail consolidation and shrinking shelf space, non-media-based properties often struggle for consumer recognition and popularity. 'Licensing non-media characters is more difficult because they aren't yet known personalities, whereas a character you've grown to know and love on TV is going to be an obvious candidate,' says Paul Archuleta Whitney, vice president of Japan Publicity, Inc./ARTas1 Licensing. 'Also, large retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target control a huge percentage of, say, preschool items, and only have a limited number of slots on their shelves, so they are going to scrutinize a non-media character more because it's not an automatic sale for them.'


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Faced with continued retail consolidation and shrinking shelf space, non-media-based properties often struggle for consumer recognition and popularity. 'Licensing non-media characters is more difficult because they aren't yet known personalities, whereas a character you've grown to know and love on TV is going to be an obvious candidate,' says Paul Archuleta Whitney, vice president of Japan Publicity, Inc./ARTas1 Licensing. 'Also, large retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target control a huge percentage of, say, preschool items, and only have a limited number of slots on their shelves, so they are going to scrutinize a non-media character more because it's not an automatic sale for them.'

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