Véronique Michel-Dalès, Djeco's mother, created her small business in 1954, at a time when few women embarked on this kind of adventure.
She imagines intelligent and playful learning games which are very successful and are rewarded by four Oscars for toys in the 1960s.
In 1989, his son Frédéric took over the family business. He travels the four corners of the planet and imports toys that do not exist in France, then he dreams of toys that he cannot find on the market.
All he has to do now... is create them!
From the start, the toys have been translated into several languages and are distributed in more than 60 countries.
Prestigious museums select Djeco toys: The Louvre and the Quai Branly in France, but also the Tate Gallery in Great Britain, the Moma in the United States and many others in Germany, Denmark...