Lumin Creative

Lumin Creative

Lumin Creative provides Social Business Software solutions for small to enterprise size companies. It provides feature-rich and scalable knowledge exchange solutions, with a focus on creating value for customers. The company's staff is comprised of leading professionals in the design and development industry with experience ranging from working with small design firms to large corporate intranets.

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HQ Location
Spain
Year Founded
1997
Employees
10
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