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The company was pleased to have the full support of its current investor group including the Working Opportunity Fund (EVCC) Ltd (WOF), managed by GrowthWorks, BC Advantage Funds (VCC) Ltd and several local angel investors, said Barry Guld, MSI's CEO and president.
led the Series B syndicate, joined by Astellas Venture Management LLC, BC Advantage Funds (VCC) Ltd., BDC Capital Inc., British Columbia Discovery Fund (VCC) Inc., Canadian Medical Discoveries Fund, Inc., managed by JovInvestment Management, Inc., Roche Venture Fund, and Working Opportunity Fund (EVCC) Ltd., managed by GrowthWorks Capital Ltd.
and the Working Opportunity Fund (EVCC) Ltd., managed by GrowthWorks Capital Ltd.
Working Opportunity Fund runs in the same league as Concert.
Leading the investment was the Western Technology Seed Investment Fund (WTSIF) and participants included the Working Opportunity Fund, Marin Investments, and Velo Investments.
and the Working Opportunity Fund have together coughed up an additional $6 million between them.
B.C.'s Working Opportunity Fund actually stresses in its promotional literature that "whether a company is unionized or not does not enter into consideration when making investment decisions." Similarly, the prospectus document of Manitoba's Crocus Fund states explicitly that "the fund's investments are not to be influenced by whether the business is nonunionized or unionized." All LSFs in English Canada (including the "true" funds) commit to maximizing long-run returns as their dominant investment objective, and none list social or ethical criteria as among the top factors guiding investment decisions.