United Vision Marketing Firm(UVMF)
NEW YORK--(Korea Newswire) May 31, 2012 -- United Vision Marketing Firm (UVMF) announces today that they are putting together a board team of top entrepreneurs and educators to help guide the company into global success. The innovation rich marketing firm is seeking out the richest man in the world, Carlos Slim Helu to sit on their board.
Mr. Helu and his family own majority shares in one of the world's largest international telecom companies in Mexico called America Movil. Mr. Helu himself has a personal net worth of $69 Billion, making him number one the Forbes Worlds Billionaires List.
Insiders at UVMF say “the move to bring aboard Carlos Helu will be a great milestone for the firm. It will help us gain respect, as we fight to get taken seriously as a privately held company”.
UVMF recently offered to buy out RIM Black Berry in a stock swap deal. The firm is aggressive about becoming a mobile device player for their Pearson Education Tablet (PET) idea and for all of their music and entertainment content.
UVMF is also making big moves in the music business and is having great success with drawing attention to top entertainers for their Owners Box Mix Tape Project as they continue to push their Corporate Hip Hop concept.
The social and economic firm says it is primarily making all of their blue ocean moves to develop a market of more educated, financially literate, healthy and technology savvy group of people. In fact the CEO of UVMF Dr. Nono C. Pearson was quoted in Forbes Worlds Billionaires List last year saying “Supporting this movement will be a great gift for our children and grandchildren. It will prove that we as Americans are ready to lead this economy again, by getting all classes of Americans involved. As baby boomers retire and continue to invest less in the markets, it is essential to survival for us to develop our youth.”
UVMF was also a finalist in Forbes 2011 Search of Americas Most Promising Companies. The owners at the firm have plans to reach out to other Billionaires such as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Microsoft owner Bill Gates to sit on their advisory board.
UVMF say they will continue to stack the deck to push their vision of a new world that's full of opportunities for sustainable social and economic growth.