Finding investors and raising enough money to fill a round is something many entrepreneurs and their deal leads have to endure. After exhausting friends and family money, most startups are financed using a process that we investors refer to as “syndication.” For entrepreneurs the syndication process can be long, arduous frustrating and tedious. And for deal leads it is not only a lot of work, there is some reputation at risk as well. However bad it is, there is something even worse: going through the process and failing.
HBAN the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland, InterTradeIreland and Invest Northern Ireland has announced that despite the pandemic-induced restrictions over the course of 2020, business angels invested over €14m in start-ups across the island of Ireland. The announcement comes as HBAN prepares to host its annual Conference virtually on the afternoon of Thursday 11th February 2021. The four-hour event will stream live online from 1:30-5:30pm.
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