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HBAN Calls for Increase in Investor Tax Relief to Address Start-Up Funding Challenges

Economic impact of COVID-19 leading to investments in early-stage businesses being delayed, stalled or abandoned In order to stimulate growth and employment, HBAN proposes temporarily increasing EII tax relief to 60% HBAN’S proposal to Dept of Finance also calls for annual amount eligible for tax relief to be increased from €250k to €1m Angel network argues current administration of EII Scheme is not fit for purpose and proposes significant changes in order to incentivise investments Some investors still waiting for tax certificates two years after application

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.

Payslip €2.7m investment perfectly timed to solve Covid19 remote work management

Automation & Integration technology company raises €2.7m funding

The next decade of Irish startups will look nothing like the last

There’s more than Guinness brewing in Dublin.

Can You Help Me With This? Advising On Pitch Decks

“OK. Can you help me make it better?” You have to admit that is a fair question from an entrepreneur who’s deck you’ve just criticized.  So it’s not a bad idea to have an answer ready.   

How To Maximise Shareholder Value

Julian Costley is a partner of Heaton Camillo, the investment and advisory firm that brings angel investors together with entrepreneurs.

HBAN’s Niamh Sterling: ‘Hiring as a start up is a lot like selling’ Silicon Republic

HBAN Investment Consultant Niamh Sterling spoke with Silicon Republic this week on what Angel Investors are looking for in a start-up, what makes a great entrepreneur and the critical ingrediants to start up success. 

The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Fund Invest €1.7M in Dublin Based Sytorus

The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Early & Growth Stage Funds have invested €1.7M in Sytorus Ltd, this is in addition to simultaneous investment from Enterprise Ireland and private investors.  Established by Dr. John Ghent (CEO), Mike Morrissey (COO) and Hugh Jones (CPO) in 2013, Sytorus’s flagship software ‘PrivacyEngine’ is a dynamic GDPR and Data Protection SAAS product. It provides end-to-end data protection solutions to corporate clients.  The Company, with over 50 staff, is scaling rapidly and today has over 300 hundred fee paying corporate clients worldwide. Sytorus has opened offices in Stockholm and London, and this latest investment will facilitate a new office to open in Frankfurt.

Angels a godsend for start ups

Experienced investors have a vital role to play in sprinkling some magic dust on emerging enterprises

Being A Mentor For Entrepreneurs: A Practical Guide

Angels talk a lot about mentoring, but how many know what it really means? If you can’t describe what a great mentor does, you’ve probably never been one.  A great mentor relationship is actually a pretty rare and special thing.  It doesn’t come about all that often, and it’s not something that can be forced.
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