ProVerum Medical, a spin-off from Trinity College Dublin with a mission to improve the lives of millions of men, has closed a $4.2 million seed investment. Atlantic Bridge University Fund led the investment round with participation from Enterprise Ireland along with several Irish and American angel investors including HBAN Medtech Syndicate, Irrus Investments, Boole and Xenium Capital. The investment will allow ProVerum to commence its first human trials in 2018 and brings the company’s total funding since it was established in 2015 to €4.6 million.
Kite Medical raises funding to develop a pain-free test to detect kidney reflux in children. Investors include the HBAN MedTech Syndicate.
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland, today announces the fastest deal done in its history. An individual HBAN angel investor transferred €50,000 to Incereb, a neonatal monitoring sensors company, just 48 hours after hearing the Irish company’s presentation.
Global Payroll Software company, Payslip, today announced a €1 million investment, led by Frontline Ventures and AIB, and leading Technology Investors, Tribal, HBAN Bloom Equity, WxNW Syndicates & Enterprise Ireland.
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland, today announces a €300,000 investment in Kilkenny-based ND Sports Performance and its cloud-based hamstring assessment system products for hamstring injury prevention and improving athlete performance. The funding, which will lead to the creation of up to 10 new jobs, was led by HBAN’s South East Business Angel Network (SEBAN), with support from Enterprise Ireland.
Dublin, 31st October 2017 – HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island group responsible for the promotion of business angel investment in Ireland and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland, today announces the appointment of Rowan Devereux to the Chair of the Bloom Equity Syndicate. Rowan succeeds Anthony Bermingham as Chair and in his new role, he aims to recruit new angels, build the profile of the syndicate and work with HBAN in selecting high potential start-ups to present at monthly syndicate meetings.
Dublin, 19th October, 2017 – HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland, today announces a €1.8 million investment in Cork-based medtech company, AventaMed. The investment – which includes €1.6 million angel funding, the largest single HBAN angel investment to date – will fund AventaMed through FDA (Food and Drug Administration) clearance and commercialisation of the Solo Tympanostomy Tube Device (Solo TTD) which enables the quick and simple insertion of ear grommets.
Record year for Irish angel investment in 2016: €13.6M invested in 50 start-ups
Since inception HBAN angels have invested €73 million in 362 separate deals
OncoMasTR test to launch in 2018 and will reduce the number of patients receiving unnecessary chemotherapy
OncoMark, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company, today announced that is has secured €2.1 million in funding.
Last year, 250 investors listened to pitches from 202 start-ups that HBAN identified as investor-ready
50 of those 202 start-ups – almost 25% – were successful in finding their investor match. Relationships between investees and angel investors typically last 4 to 7 years
Galway-based company is developing medical devices to treat perianal fistula, a condition that affects about two in every 10,000 people
More than €1M of funding round comes from angel investors in HBAN’s MedTech Syndicate
Funding will help Signum Surgical finalise their technology and obtain regulatory clearance in the US and Europe
Galway employs one-third of Ireland’s medtech workforce
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network) today announces that Galway medtech start-up, Signum Surgical, will add eight jobs following a €2.6M Series A funding round. HBAN’s MedTech Syndicate contributed over €1 million to the funding round, with additional investment coming from Enterprise Ireland, the Western Development Commission, Rising Tide Europe and other angel investors.
• Italian Gianni Matera has already invested €900K in six start-ups in past 15 months
• He expects to invest in three more start-ups by year-end 2016
• Focus on technology companies intent on breaking into the US market
• Gianni helped gym management software company, Glofox, attract 420 customers in 18 countries and grow 15% month-on-month
Investment will fund a new, larger brewing site in Wicklow, enabling 15-fold increase in production
Investment includes €722,000 from HBAN Food Syndicate, which will help the company expand into International markets including the US, Asia and Europe
Food Syndicate’s second investment in Wicklow Wolf this year brings its total investment to over €800k in 18 months
Company sold its first beer just two years ago and now has produced over 16 varieties of beer
HBAN seeking new business angel investors to invest in businesses like Wicklow Wolf at its Business Angel Roadshow this November
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment and a joint initiative of InterTradeIreland and Enterprise Ireland, today announces a €2 million investment in craft beer company, Wicklow Wolf. HBAN’s Food Syndicate is one of the leading stakeholders in the deal, which is also supported by Enterprise Ireland and a number of private investors.
Funding round led by WxNW, HBAN’s newest angel syndicate
900,000 players and supporters of 52 sports in Europe, America and Asia benefit from Mayo-based Sportlomo’s service
Marks first investment from WxNW, which aims to double its number of angels from 12 to 24
Investment is part of a targeted push by HBAN to encourage investment in start-ups from West and Northwest of Ireland
HBAN, the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, today announces the first-ever investment from its newest angel syndicate, WxNW (West by Northwest). The syndicate has backed innovative Mayo-based sports technology start-up, Sportlomo. The €270,000 investment is co-funded by Enterprise Ireland and will see the creation of 25 jobs in the company.