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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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.



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.



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.

Business Angels Week 2015 breaks global records featuring 255 events in 28 countries

The third edition of EBAN’s (European Business Angel Network) Business Angels Week 2015 breaks another record by featuring 255 events in 28 countries throughout the EMEA region. The Business Angels Week, the world’s largest cross-border angel investment awareness initiative featuring Business Angels and Entrepreneurs from Europe, the Middle East (MBAN) and Africa (ABAN), was launched during the first day of the EBAN Winter University & Creative Business Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark in front of more than 500 Angel Investors and Entrepreneurs.

Angels reach €50M milestone with Connexicon Medical’s €1.15M investment creating 15 jobs

HBAN, a joint initiative of InterTradeIreland and Enterprise Ireland responsible for the all-island promotion of business angel investment, today announces that it has breached the landmark of €50 million invested by business angels. A further €89 million has been leveraged from other sources including Enterprise Ireland, Western Development Commission and local and international venture capital funds.

New Math For High Growth Companies Requires Angel Syndication

If you’re an angel investor and aren’t yet well-versed in syndication, now is the time to take notice. The changing math required to fund promising companies explains why: the median deal size for angel groups in 2014 was $800,000 (according to the Halo Report) and the average angel group invested $250,000 (per the Angel Capital Association).