LUVITLund University Virtual Interactive Tool (Lund, Sweden)
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LuvIt Chocolates Presents Radio City Super Singer Season 8 invites all aspiring singers of Mumbai to let their singing talent help propel them in to limelight.
Paul adds that GCPL's advertising has positioned the LuvIt chocolate brand towards young adults rather than kids, and the celeb endorsement has helped it gain visibility.
Launched only in South India for now, LuvIt has nine variants and 14 stock keeping units ( SKUs in industry parlance) and is aimed at the ' mass premium segment' targeting the 15- 30 years old.
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Swedish IT company LUVIT AB has decided to change its name to Avensia Innovation AB, the company announced on Thursday (12 April).
Swedish e-learning solutions and services provider LUVIT AB said on Wednesday (14 February) that it has agreed to acquire IT consulting companies Avensia and INXL.
Sales were weaker than expected due to increased competition, but LUVIT said that it nevertheless expected the full-year result to be better than in 2004.
The Swedish net-based learning solutions developer and supplier Luvit AB said on Tuesday (20 April) that it had received a contract for its e-learning platform from Tetra Pak Technical Service, part of the packaging group Tetra Pak.
The Swedish e-learning company Luvit AB reported on Friday (22 August) a second quarter operating loss of SEK6.2m, as compared to a loss of SEK5.7m in the second quarter of 2002.
The Swedish net-based e-learning software developer LUVIT AB said today (14 May) that it had received a major order for its LUVIT Education Centre tool from the German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH.
The Swedish net-based learning tools developer Luvit AB issued its first quarter report today (28 April), posting operating revenue of SEK2.99m, as compared to SEK3.33m in the first quarter last year.
The Swedish web-based learning software developer Luvit AB said today (23 April) that it had raised SEK8.6m in new capital from the United Kingdom company Futuremedia Plc.