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Unlimited Imagination Books is an independent book publishing start up by artist and author Kim Bell. UI Books has published 7 children’s books in 2019 which are all available on Amazon. Kim Bell created his own self publishing book company due to a struggling economy and the lack of livable wage job opportunities in America. He was fired from a job back in 2018 which may have been the best thing that ever happened, since it created a sense of urgency to find a way to make ends meet. Kim Bell used his imagination and started illustrating “ideations” from his sketch books from the past 7 years. After publishing his first book, “Mr. Chicken In the Kitchen” more ideas came to mind and more books were released. Bell has since created a merchandise line based around the Unlimited Imagination Books brand. All merchandise is available online. Thanks again for your support.

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Experience the lively auction room atmosphere as bidders at Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London drove the selling price of KAWS’ “Again and Again” to a record price for the artist. Eventually selling for £1.03 million, the depiction of one of America’s best loved cartoon characters was expected to fetch between £250,000–300,000.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is making his first known investment in a startup, a firm called Panorama Education that uses data analysis to attempt to improve education.

The Cambridge, Mass.-based Panorama announced Monday that it raised $4 million in seed funding led by Zuckerberg’s Startup:Education fund. Other investors include Jeff Clavier’s SoftTech VC, Google Ventures, Ashton Kutcher’s A-Grade Investments and Yale University.

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Jay-Z and Will Smith are putting their money where your camera is — and are backing a new video-sharing application Viddy. Viddy is to video what Instagram is to photos and there are already 10 million registered users with 300,000 new members joining daily.
Brett O’Brian, the app’s founder, says Jay, Will, Shakira and Twitter founder Biz Stone have bought undisclosed shares in the company and will use their influence to expand its reach.

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In 2011, tech company’s such as LinkedIn, Pandora, Groupon, and Zynga had their Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the stock market. Most of them didn’t do well for public investors after intial pop. In 2012 Facebook is rumored to be the biggest public offering of the decade with a valuation of $100 Billion. Checkout list of companies set to go public for 2012 below.

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