Onomojis introduces digital icons for onomatopoeia into every-day communication
Las Vegas, N.V. (June 3, 2019) – The new Onomojis® brand will launch this week at the 2019 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas. Inspired by the literary term “Onomatopoeia,” Sarah Beasley and her two young children created the Onomojis character suite to showcase emoji-like icons that can be both seen and heard.
By building characters based on onomatopoeia, the Onomojis repertoire provides both education and fun opportunities for adults and kids. Onomoji sounds are customizable to fit any product. Fully-protected through trademarks and copyright laws, the versatility of the Onomoji brand adds greater appeal to potential licensees. “With over 50 characters, the possibilities for licensing are truly endless. We envision Onomojis characters enhancing every-day communication in products ranging from digital apps, books, games and toys along with other entertainment and lifestyle opportunities” said Beasley.
Visit the Onomojis Booth S258 at the 2019 Las Vegas Licensing Expo in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. For more information or to book an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Onomojis is the first concept to create characters out of sounds based on fun and memorable onomatopoeias. With an extensive repertoire of characters based on onomatopoeias, the Onomojis brand extends into a diverse array of categories including but not limited to kids’ toys, digital applications, educational resources and apparel. Onomojis is a registered trademark in the U.S. protected under copyright laws and available for licensing, merchandising, events, promotions and marketing and advertisement campaigns. To learn more visit Onomojis.com.