The Walt Disney Company has been actively present with a local organization in the Nordic region since the beginning of the 1990s. Today, around 200 people work in the regional headquarters in Stockholm and offices in Oslo, Copenhagen and Helsinki – also representing the company in Iceland and the Baltic countries – across all five global business segments: Studio Entertainment, Media Networks, Disney Consumer Products, Parks and Resorts and Disney Interactive Media Group.The Company’s first product launch in the Nordics was a Mickey Mouse book series published in Denmark in the early 1930s. In 1948, came a major corporate milestone in the Nordics as the Donald Duck magazine was introduced. It became a huge success, even today remaining key to the local business and brand affinity across the region. The Walt Disney Company Nordic is a division of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) a leading diversified global family entertainment and media enterprise. The Company employs about 150,000 people across six continents with global headquarters located in Burbank, CA, The U.S.