CIVC

AcronymDefinition
CIVCComite Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (French)
CIVCCanadian Imperial Venture Corp. (Newfoundland, Canada)
CIVCContinental Illinois Venture Corporation (Chicago, IL)
CIVCCommunity Information and Volunteer Centre (Canada)
CIVCCleantech InnoVenture Center (Beverly, MA)
CIVCCampus Information and Visitor Center (University of Wisconsin; Madison, WI)
CIVCCommon ILiac Vascular Conductance
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Master Locators represents the fourth acquisition for GPRS since CIVC's investment, after completing the acquisitions of Encompass Inspections, Structural Radar Imaging, and National GPR Service in 2018.
The partnership with CATI builds on CIVC's investment experience in outsourced business services companies.
CIVC (company overview), www.civcfund.com/about/?did=7 (accessed March 18, 2012).
"The new partnership with CIVC and True North gives us substantial added capital, resources and expertise allowing us to expand our service offerings, further serve our customers, support our aggressive growth strategy and still allow us to maintain an ownership interest." Klumb stated further that "we feel fortunate to partner with CIVC and True North as they share our Midwest values and have a proven record of financial success through the support of management in the expansion and development of their business."
After the second closing CIVC has generated proceeds of USD335,000 via the sale of a total of 11.5m Units and 5.25m Flow-through Shares.
The dominant trade association in the champagne industry is the Comite Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC) a semi-public body with regulatory powers set up in 1941 as a co-operative organisation joining both growers and negociants (dealers) and with the support of the Vichy French government at that time and post-liberation administrations ever since.
JEGI sold Intercept Interactive's Undertone Networks to JMI Equity; Becker Group to Viad Corp.; Money-Media to Pearson, PLC; FierceMarkets to Questex Media Group; ThinkService to CMP; Medical Knowledge Group to CIVC Partners; Hallmark Data Systems to EBSCO Industries, Inc.; and Gartner's Vision Events to CMP.
Houses shipped a total 338.7 million bottles of champagne last year, up by 5.3 percent on 2006, the CIVC said.
To avoid greater legal liabilities, the owner agreed to abandon it." The Comite Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC) released a video of the destruction (flow-films.com/materials/champagne.wmv).
In 1941, even with the Second World War raging, the vintners of Champagne formed a trade association, the Comite Interprofessionel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC), to give further protection to the authenticity and prestige of the appellation.
It has been nearly six years since I collaborated with Dan Helle at Chicago-based CIVC Partners, a private-equity firm, on an article that addressed the role of private-equity investors in the mortgage banking industry (see "Smart Capital," Mortgage Banking, October 2000).