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Desire2Learn growing, wants to add jobs and invest in Waterloo Region

Thanks to $85 million in venture capital, local company Desire 2 Learn is ready to grow. The company builds educational software used by schools, colleges and universities and businesses. CEO John Baker details his plans.

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