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HBAN London Syndicate Meeting on September 27th

By hban.org , Monday, 3rd September 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Angel, 2018, Events.

                               

HBAN are going to London September 27th with four more great companies to pitch!

As part of the HBAN community, we would like to invite you to join us and to please share this invite with any colleagues/contacts that you have who are based or work in London, and where this event may resonate with or who would be interested in joining a HBAN London Syndicate Group.

We are delighted to invite you to the next Halo Business Angel Network’s (HBAN) London Syndicate event on September 27th at 17.30 in Huckletree Shoreditch, 18 Finsbury Square, the Alphabeta Building, London.

                        

HBAN is the All- Island umbrella organisation for Angel investing in Ireland, with over 400 deals closed, over €85m invested and over 700 active angels. In Ireland we have twelve syndicates (Tech, Medtech, Food) and we have recently set up successful HBAN Syndicates, with an Irish Affinity, in New York, Singapore amd now London.

Annually HBAN presents 100 plus qualified deals to the Network and close out between 40 and 50 in any one year. The average angel investment in a deal a €285k, however, due to the syndicated nature of the deals 60% of individuals invest less than €50k per deal, with 30% less than €25k.In our first year with New York and Singapore we closed out 4 and 2 deals respectively and we are aiming to close out 3 to 5 deals with each annually.

For our London Syndicate we are aiming for similar, or higher, and pulling together a group of likeminded individuals seeking qualified deal flow from the island of Ireland and looking to co-invest alongside a local Irish lead investor, with due diligence documents available and a UK focus. Please click here for an overview document which gives you further information on HBAN and the London Syndicate. We hosted our inaugural event on March 21st and the second event on June 13th where we had a great response at both with 6 of the 7 companies being considered for investment, one company receiving investment and onboarding 17 members to the group.

On September 27th, we will have another 4 companies presenting on the evening who have already raised money or are in the process of fundraising from HBAN angels in Ireland and are seeking a closing amount to conclude their round. This will be moderated by Chairman of the London Syndicate, Harry McDermott and there will also be a chance to network and follow up with all companies after the pitch session.

To RSVP please click below and if you have any questions please get in touch with us directly and we will be delighted to assist.

We look forward to seeing you on the evening of September 27th.

 

PITCHING COMPANIES

Engager is a new broadcast ratings system and data analytics service which gives real-time social media insights and transparency on audience demographics to television and radio networks, production companies, advertising agencies and distributors

Forde HR Cloud is a BPaaS solution providing SMEs with a portal to manage their HR needs together with an outsourced HR service. It delivers customers the superior benefits of HR specialists and administration support without the overheads.

Courtdesk is revolutionizing the market for legal news and data by digitally archiving details of cases from the lower courts (accounting for 98% of all activity in the Irish and UK legal systems, for which no publicly available archive exists) for business and academic users. 

Elivar has developed the world's first range of sports nutrition tailored specifically for athletes and active sports people over 35, enabling them to prepare, sustain and recover from exercise. Elivar was developed with this target market in mind as a large number physiological changes occur as a result of aging that lead to a reduction in physical performance that we commonly see starting from a peak in our mid-30’s.



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