Vancouver (PRWEB) June 2, 2010
Vancouver Value Investors Club is pleased to announce that Mr. James Sherrett Founder & CEO of AdHack and Mr. Tom Bradley Co-Founder and President of Steady Hand Investment Funds, will be presenting to our members on June 24th, 2010 at the 4th floor of the YWCA conference centre at 535 Hornby Street in Vancouver, BC.
AdHack is a true innovator in the business of ad creation and ad procurement. The company is driven by the vision and tenacity of its CEO Mr. James Sherrett and has secured a number of marquee clients such as Microsoft and Vann’s. Mr. Sherrett has extensive experience in online marketing business, having grown the online revenues of Intrawest, one of North America’s largest resort operators, from $2 million to $40 million during his tenure with the company. Mr. Sherrett will share with the audience his insight on the offline and online adverting industry, provide his assessment on the state of the advertising market today, while expanding on the opportunities and challenges facing his growing company.
Steady Hand Investment Funds is a game changer in the Canadian mutual fund industry; unlike most of its peers the company has developed a unique approach to investing, based on well researched concentrated positions, low fees, low turnover, full transparency and a total focus on delivering positive absolute results rather than just tracking the index.
Mr. Tom Bradley, co-founder and President of Steady Hand Investment Funds, has 26 years of experience in the investment industry. He started his career in 1983 as an equity analyst at Richardson Greenshields; he has also held a number of senior managerial positions at Phillips, Hager & North before presiding it from 1999 to 2005. Mr. Bradley is also a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail newspaper. Mr. Bradley will share his views on the attributes to look for when selecting an appropriate portfolio manager. He will also discuss the current state of the mutual fund industry in Canada and offer his insight on how best to be positioned in today’s economic environment.
Attending Vancouver Value Investors meetings is free of charge; interested parties need to register at the Vancouver Value Investors page at: Meetup.com/stocks and RSVP for the event.
About Vancouver Value Investors (VVI):
VVI is a community meeting group organized for the purpose of promoting the principles of sound investing as described by the likes of Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, as well as, promoting and fostering connections between Vancouver’s individual investor community and BC entrepreneurs. VVI is a non-profit group fully funded by its organizer Mr. Nawar Alsaadi. Competent money managers and BC entrepreneurs with interest to present to our members are welcome to contact us at http://www.vancouvervalueinvestors.com.
AdHack (http://adhack.com) is the engine of creative talent. For marketers who need to profitably manage creative production, AdHack is an on-demand creative services platform that matches the right creators to the right jobs at the right price.
We connect buyers of creative services directly to creators' resulting in faster creation and better value across media: TV, the web, social media, print and branded content. We also show buyers the reputations and portfolios of matched creators to help them make the right decisions.
In addition, to help buyers ensure success we provide legal agreements, privacy controls, creator selection, project management and creative direction all through adhack.com
About Steady Hand Investment Funds:
Steady Hand Investment Funds is a Canadian mutual fund company with an experienced management team and a unique investment philosophy. They have a straightforward line up of no-load, high-conviction funds that they offer directly to investors. Their fees are low, their portfolios are concentrated and their managers focus on making you money, rather than tracking an index.
Vancouver Value Investors (VVI) is a non-profit community group, organized for the purpose of educating and informing its members about the sound principles of investing and enterprising; however VVI is not a licensed educational institution nor a licensed investment advisory service, our members are strongly encouraged to follow up with their own licensed investment advisors should they decide to act on any information learned at the VVI educational sessions. Finally, VVI does not endorse any of the companies presenting at the VVI forum and does not solicit in any way or form an investment in or with the presenting and participating companies.