Winnipeg-based company overwhelmed after online video nets more than 23 million views
WINNIPEG — It was a project on the back burner but after an American magazine found out about Lumo Play, the small Winnipeg company is wondering what to do next.“I had messages coming in from our emails sign up, our Facebook pages, everywhere all at the same time,” said Meghan Athavale, the creator and CEO of Lumo Interactive.Athavale started getting...
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