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HBAN on Newstalk Business Breakfast

All-Island HBAN Director John Phelan joined Newstalk Business Breakfast Monday June 22nd to discuss how HBAN has adapted to continue pitching throughout COVID-19. He also offered important insights and advice for Irish start-ups and discussed HBAN's plans for the future.

Record numbers of business angels attend HBAN’s online pitching events

HBAN  today announces the continuation of its pitching events to all-time-high numbers of investors.

HBAN Northern Ireland Hits £5M Worth of Investment in it's First 18 Months8 MONTHS

Network urges more high net worth individuals to consider becoming angel investors

BOATYARD DISTILLERY SECURES SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT AND ADDS HAND SANITISER TO PRODUCT RANGE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

The Boatyard Distillery said today that it has successfully closed a £634,000 investment round through the Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) from private investors and Co-Fund II. It also announced that it has started producing a new range of hand sanitiser in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Pitching for Investment Virtually could be a Lifeline for Start-Ups

HOW we go about our every day lives has changed considerably in the last few weeks. While some businesses have unfortunately had to close their doors and many others have furloughed staff, pitches by start-ups to business angel investors are still going ahead remotely.

Overwatch Close Oversubscribed Seed Round in Bid to Accelerate Drug Development

Life science software company Overwatch has closed a significant funding round that will accelerate product development and enable the company to grow its existing customer portfolio across both Europe and the USA.

Funding and Business Support

These are uncertain times for both investors and entrepreneurs alike – however even in the downturn there is always opportunity. A quick scroll through twitter will reveal how our community has come together to support each other and the start-up ecosystem in Ireland.

Irish insolvency tech start-up Cerebreon raises €1.69m

Cerebreon, a Donegal-based insolvency tech start-up, has closed a £1.5 million (€1.69 million) seed round led by Delta Partners.
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