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Turning a bedtime book hi-tech, this firm’s latest story – The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home – uses NASA geotechnology to create pages, including a satellite image of the reader’s neighbourhood. Asi Sharabi, 42, co-founded the London firm in 2012, and secured £100,000 from Piers Linney after pitching on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den. Last year Wonderbly raised £7m in a deal led by Google Ventures, and this June Project A Ventures injected a further £3m. To date the firm has sold 1.75m customised books in 75 countries, and sales more than doubled to £19.5m this year.

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Company details
Year2016
CompanyWonderbly
ActivityPersonalised children's book publisher
LocationEast London
Latest sales £000s19,500
Staff60
Founded2012
Websitewww.lostmy.name

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