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EBAN Associated Northern Ireland event a huge success

By Halo NI Thursday, 19th June 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2014, Ezine Articles, EBAN Congress.
What does Ohio and Northern Ireland have in common?  On first thought, probably not a lot.  However, according to John Huston, founder and manager of the Ohio Tech Angels Fund, there are a lot more similarities than you think.  Often seen as a ‘flyover state’ and ‘a backwater’, Ohio has only 4% of the US population but has over 700 angels across 7 angel groups and this is all without the tax benefits that investors enjoy in Northern Ireland.​

Call to sign EBAN Startup Investors Manifesto

By hban.org Friday, 30th May 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2014, Ezine Articles, EBAN Congress.
The EBAN Congress was, as well as many other things, the stage for the launch of the Startup Investors Manifesto which called up for the early stage investment community to support a series of actions and policies aimed at increasing European early stage investment to 15 billion Euros and creating 1,5 million new jobs by 2017.

9th Annual EBAN Awards Ceremony

By EBAN press release Thursday, 22nd May 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2014, EBAN Congress.
The 9th annual EBAN awards ceremony took place in evening of the first day and recognised European business angel federations, networks and investors who have demonstrated excellence and commitment to driving business angel investment over the last year. The distinguished "winners" include:

DecaWave scoops major European award as super angels come to Dublin for European Business Angel Congress

By Press Release Tuesday, 20th May 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: 2014, EBAN Congress.
The 14th annual European Business Angel Congress commenced in Dublin Castle yesterday. The conference is hosted by HBAN, the all-island umbrella group responsible for stimulating angel investment. This is the first time the congress has come to Ireland and it has brought more than 350 elite business angels and investors from across Europe and the US to Dublin.  The congress was opened by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD.