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Fact Sheet for LOVEFiLM International Ltd

Nationality: United Kingdom
Contact Address: No. 9 6 Portal Way London, W3 6RU United Kingdom Tel: +44 20 8896 8000 Fax: +44 20 8896 8111
WebAddress: http://www.lovefilm.com/
General: LOVEFiLM is one of the most respected entertainment and film sites in Europe. The value of their brand and focus on customer service has kept them ahead of the market and made them the industry leader by a wide margin. Since launch the company have made a combination of 11 mergers and acquisitions across Europe, each demonstrating skill in picking the right market and the right opportunity. LOVEFiLM have created exceptional partnerships with some other major companies in Europe including in the UK: Tesco, easyGroup, CD WOW!, Guardian Newspapers, WHSmith, Odeon and Vue Cinemas, some of whom offer a fully white-labelled service, and in Germany: Samsung, UCI-Kinowelt and Burda Media. These partnerships offer the opportunity to share knowledge, market presence and target audience that has helped us to grow. To their customers, LOVEFiLM stands for value for money, outstanding choice, innovation, and a source of movie and home entertainment information. LOVEFiLM have an active membership base, of over a million subscribers, sharing their views on films, values and interests. LOVEFiLM's current members have generated over 68 million film ratings and over 750,000 reviews and film blogs. In the UK it is the third most visited Entertainment and Movie website and in total the business has over 4.3 million unique visitors every month. Source: http://www.lovefilm.com/corporate/about.html
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