FiBAN Academy Online is an educational program that gives you a basic understanding of startup investing - available on any device, whenever it suits you. Each one of the five modules include lectures and discussions together with experienced investors and industry professionals. You can purchase these online modules from this webpage.
You can choose to participate in just one module or the entire program. All presentations and materials are in English.
Why should I participate?
After you have completed the FiBAN Academy, you will understand the basics of business angel investing, the stages of an investment process and the role of an angel investor in a company. The aim of the training is to give you useful tools for analyzing a business idea and defining the valuation of the company. You will also learn strategies for growing a the value of the company and identifying suitable exit opportunities.
- You can participate from wherever you want
- You can watch with a mobile device; The FiBAN Academy is available on computers and mobile devices.
- When you purchase the a full one-year package, you can enjoy all five modules and their materials for a whole year.
- Within a month or a year you can enjoy the videos and other training materials at your own pace, as many times as you like.
HBAN are deligted to be able to offer our members access to individual modules for €80 a year or to the full course for €160 per year. You can purchase the modules or the entire course at the link below.
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FiBAN is a Finnish non-profit association of private investors that improves the possibilities for private persons to invest in unlisted potential growth companies. The association’s work is based on the activity by private investors and cooperates with networks supporting high-growth goals.
FiBAN is a member of the European Business Angels Network (EBAN) and was chosen as the Business Angel Network of the Year 2012 and 2014. FiBAN received the Internationalization Award of The President of the Republic of Finland Sauli Niinistö in 2017.