Of course I have FOMO but you cant regret things Angel investor Peter Cowley learns from the ones who got away

Adhering to strict investment criteria can guide an angel investor to success, but there are always exceptions to the rule.

If youre running on rocket fuel, you cant afford to dilly dally Super angel Christopher Mirabile believes in importance of mentoring start ups

Human capital investment in a budding start-up can be just as, if not more, crucial to success than a cash injection.

How To Become a Business Angel Speaks with John Phelan

HBAN national director John Phelan spoke with about why the HBAN National Conference is perfect for those who are thinking of becoming a Business Angel. 

John Phelan on The Sunday Business Show on TodayFM

Sunday 7th January 2018 on the Sunday Business Show Conall was joined by John Phelan, National Director of HBAN. 

Increased angel investment in Medtech, Virtual and Augmented Reality in 2018

HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, today announces its predictions for 2018. HBAN is forecasting a 17% increase in angel investing in Irish start-ups as the economy grows in 2018, and it will reach €25 million per year by 2020.

Hockey stick growth curves are a thing of the past Angel investor shares top tips for budding start ups Irish Independent

Chairman of the HBAN Bloom Equity syndicate Rowan Devereux was interviewed by Louise Kelly of the Irish Independent on the state of entrepreneurship and investment in Ireland in 2017 and the the future. 

HBAN’s South East Syndicate to invest €10M in local start ups

HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment today announces that investors in its South East Business Angel Network (SEBAN) plan to invest €10 million in start-ups from the region over the next three years.

How Angels Can Screen Companies for Awesomeness

The best angels and angel organizations have a lot of investment opportunities, whether discovered on their own or directed to them. They have the high-class problem of getting those opportunities down to a manageable number for true consideration. It’s a two or three-part process, screening deals into a smaller group of “semi-finalists” who can go through a deeper vetting process that lead to “finalists,” who then present to the investors and are selected for due diligence.