Empowering Angel Syndicate Investment

Halo Business Angel Network is an all-island umbrella group responsible for the development of business angel syndicates on the island of Ireland. HBAN is actively working to increase the number of angel investors who are interested in investing in early stage technology, MedTech, AgriTech & food companies and supporting the early stage entrepreneurial community.

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Syndicates

Syndicates

If you wish to mitigate risk in angel investing through building a diversified portfolio of investments then the syndicate model is for you. HBAN can connect you to like minded investors with similar investment interests.

Investors

Investors

Are you looking to get access to ambitious companies with growth potential? Are you looking to invest in new high potential start ups from Ireland’s emerging knowledge sector? Then speak to HBAN today.

Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

If you are an early stage company in the knowledge sector looking for funds, we’d like to hear from you. Working with HBAN will ensure you have the best chance of raising finance.

Three Successful Exits In One Week - How One Angel Did It

Mar-27-2015
Can you imagine having three successful exits in a week? It happened to DusĖŒan Stojanovic and this is a story worth dissecting.  He is founder and director of True Global Ventures and was named EBAN’s European Angel of the Year 2013, in part because of those exits in 2012. What can angels learn from Stojanovic’s strategies? One fact is without controversy: he adheres religiously to a strict investing plan.

UniWink's founder is youngest female entrepreneur to graduate from EI's HPSU 2014

Mar-26-2015
The CEO and founder of Uniwink, Sarah Dineen (23), was the youngest female entrepreneur to graduate from Enterprise Irelands High Potential Start-Ups Class of 2014. As reported by the Irish Times, The Journal and Silicon Republic, a total of 43 new female-led start-ups were supported by Enterprise Ireland last year, the highest number yet. According to Enterprise Ireland, as many as 1,500 new jobs are expected to be created by start-ups over the next 3 years.