Born in 1973, he co-founded the French periodic Animeland at the age of 17 before becoming one of the pioneer of the Japanese animation in Europe. Among his first realizations, he held the presidency of the Association of Promotion and Defense of Animated Motion Picture in Europe (ANIMARTE), organized many events and fairs.
In 1993, he creates the Kazé Label which main objective was to gain recognition of Japanese animation's quality and diversity toward a larger audience. The company became the European leader with Cédric Littardi as CEO until 2012, when the Viz Media Group (Japanese industry's leader) took over the business. On the same year, Cédric receives a Special Award of Honor from the City of Annecy's International Film Festival for "his priceless help to the promotion of Japanese culture around the globe".
Since then, Cédric focuses on the expansion of all imaginary culture related project with his company, Ynnis.
After studying Molecular Biology, Gaëlle enters the manga and videogame industry in 2003, as predestined.
In 2006, she joins Cédric's team at Kazé as Product Manager for Japanese animation products, then joins the music label Wasabi records.
Gifted in marketing, and more especially in digital marketing, Gaëlle decided to join Cédric again in 2014 in his geeky and exciting new adventures.
She currently combines the position of Digital Product Manager for Ynnis Interactive, and Digital Marketing Manager for the group.