Eden Ventures Makes Five Investments in UK-based Tech Companies

Eden Ventures, a UK-based venture capital firm, has recenlty made five new investments, ranging in size from £100,000 to £1m, in early-stage technology companies.
The new investments include:
Brightpearl, a Bristol, UK-based cloud-based (SaaS) business solution to manage leads, customers, sales, products, suppliers, website and finances in a single online service for SMEs. Eden has invested alongside Notion Capital and other shareholders include Doug Richards (Dragons Den, Library House, School For StartUps).
DocCom, a Bristol, UK-based cloud-based (SaaS) platform to manage communication between front-line doctors and other healthcare professionals. Eden has invested alongside Mark Jackson (founder and ex-CEO of Helphire.com), Jon Craton (founder of Cramer) and Richard Brennan (ex-CMO Orange).
Evolved Intelligence, a  Bristol, UK-based provider of services for mobile networks operators. Eden has invested alongside Dave Edwards (founder of Aethos Communications Systems) and former executives of Apertio.
GreenManGaming, an online marketplace where users can purchase games on-demand and trade in old games for new games. Eden has invested alongside Creative Capital Fun and angel investors previously from Eidos, BSkyB and Ciao!
Whatafind, a London, UK-based company that operates online clearance channel for retailers. Eden has invested alongside angel investors Mark Zaleski and Robert Dighero (both ex-QXL).

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