EBAN14th Annual Conference,19/20th May, Dublin Castle
Welcome to Dublin, welcome to the island of Ireland!
HBAN is delighted to host the 14th EBAN Annual Congress and 9th Annual Award Ceremony. HBAN is grateful for the opportunity that hosting the EBAN congress provides to greatly enhance the development of the business angel marketplace in Ireland north & south by furthering knowledge and understanding.
The theme for the 14th Annual EBAN 2014 congress is:
The Power of the Collective: Business Angels, Seed Funds, Accelerators & Incubation Space.
Date: 19-20th May 2014
Venue: The Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle
Registration: Click here
Business angel investment is developing as an increasingly important asset class for the seed and early growth stage financing of innovative start-ups on the island. We have invited a panel of international speakers to provide both European & US perspectives that will help guide and inform international best practice in the evolving business angel arena.
Our Congress delegates will benefit from the educational and collaborative knowledge sharing of the EBAN 14th Annual Congress, which will help to further inform best practice from shared member experiences across Europe and beyond. With their accompanying guests, we are fully confident the participants will return to our European sister countries energised, enriched and enthusiastic from their experiences during the EBAN 14th Annual Congress.
These learning’s and experiences are the trademark of the EBAN Congress and the key to its continuing successes. Dublin as a city is culturally unique, a UNESCO city of literature, home to literary giants such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw who perhaps brings the start-up, literary and business angel worlds together with his words “You see things and ask ‘why’, I see things and I ask ‘why not’ “. Dublin is a small city with a very big heart – we invite you to explore Dublin and our island north & south.
InterTrade Ireland Venture Capital Conference 2014
Date: 11th March 2014
Venue: Titanic Building, Belfast
The 13th InterTradeIreland Venture Capital Conference returns to Belfast at a time when there is extensive equity funding available for entrepreneurs in both parts of the island from both venture capital funds and through business angel networks. Hence the theme of this year’s conference.
As always the unique annual event will bring together in one room for one day, the island's new and growing companies seeking investment along with the funds and individuals on the island with money to invest. The conference will again showcase the current sources of equity funding this year across 3 parallel sessions: Early Stage, Series A and Life Sciences.The only Venture Capital Conference on the island, it is a must for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business angels, investors and anyone with an interest in venture capital.
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to find out more about the conference.
The High Potential Start Up Class of 2013 - Enterprise Ireland
Date: 19th February 2014
Time: 8.15am – 2.00pm
Venue: Print Works, Dublin Castle
Minister Richard Bruton and Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland will host “The Start Up Class of 2013 Investor & Networking morning”. The Start-up Class of 2013 is the largest High Potential Start-up (HPSU) event in the calendar year and will commend 103 new High Potential companies that received Enterprise Ireland Assistance during 2013. The event will also commend the 85 Competitive Start Fund Companies and a representative from each of the 12 New Frontier Programmes. Mr. Brian Long, Atlantic Bridge Partners is the key note speaker and there will be two panel discussions on topics of interest to participating companies and guests.
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and for any queries on this event please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
In Touch With Social Media Seminar for start-ups
Date: 6th February 2014
Times: 18:00 Registration , 18:30 Panel discussion, 20:00 Close
Venue: LinkedIn, 1st Floor, Wilton Plaza, Wilton Place, Dublin 2
Please RSVP to email@example.com by Friday, 31st January 2013
Social media has a crucial role to play in building a successful brand. That's why Eversheds is holding a series of seminars that will enable you to learn from some of the leading practitioners in the field, get to grips with the legal issues involved and listen to informed debate on the topics that matter. Aimed at tech industry innovators and start up entrepreneurs, our first seminar takes place soon at the headquarters of LinkedIn with a selection of great speakers. To tempt you even further we will be serving up pizza and beer. Help make social media your brand champion and join us for an evening of information and inspiration.
Jeff Mathews, Sales Director LinkedIn - Jeff will be speaking about the benefits of social media for new and emerging businesses, how to use LinkedIn to build your brand and maximising a LinkedIn account. www.linkedin.com/in/jeffmatthews
Gary Leyden, Director, NDRC LaunchPad - Gary's company invest in early stage digital start-ups, providing pre-seed investment combined with rigorous commercial validation and mentoring. He will discuss the importance of developinga brand from a funding perspective. www.linkedin.com/pub/gary-leyden/4/b75/97b
Kate Colleary, Head of Intellectual Property and Data Protection Groups, Eversheds - Kate will be discussing legal issues including branding, linking to third party content and liability for online content. www.linkedin.com/in/katecolleary
The discussion will be moderated by The Sunday Business Post
Business Angel Breakfast Meeting, Thursday the 28th Nov
HBAN would like to invite you to attend a breakfast briefing on "Business Angel Investing - become part of the next generation of successful Irish Start-ups". This event is for new business angels or those investors interested to find out more about business angel investing.
Date: 28th November
Location: Fitzwilliam Hall, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.
Who Should Attend: Medium to high networth individuals who have an interest to become active business angel investors. You will most likely have an interest in and passion for start-up companies and understand the risk associated with investing in these companies. You may already be an independent investor in start-up companies and perhaps wish to explore investing as part of a syndicate of business angels.
Business Angels have the opportunity (with other like minded individuals) via the HBAN Network to support these start-up & growth companies with funding and business advice. Business angel investing as an asset class is growing rapidly on the island of Ireland, reflective of the growing high tech start-up culture that continues to evolve. Business angel investing is the primary funding source for early stage start-up companies in advanced economies like the US. The important role of business angel investing in supporting start-ups is now being recognised in Europe and Ireland is to the fore in this regard.
Geography: A number of our syndicates are All-Island (North & South) with angels groups in Dublin, Belfast, Galway, Limerick, Cork, Waterford and the midlands. This event is open to new business angels from all over the island. We plan to host similar events at different locations around the island.
Sectors: We have business angel investors supporting internationally traded companies in multiple sectors including Food, MedTech and Software.
To register: Click Here or call Sarah on 01-6698525.
HBAN all Island Business Angel Conference 2012