With a new member in Malaysia, EBAN is now represented through its network in 35 countries, 30 of each in Europe. EBAN's international reach is lead by it's willingness to support our members' countries obtaining more information about early stage investment and to directly support them in influencing their national and regional authorities in the adoption of investment friendly public policies. Moreover, EBAN is committed to stimulate networking and knowledge sharing between experienced investors and practitioners with new comers in this passionate but complex subject sector.
2-3 October 2013 | Moscow, Russia
Join EBAN community at its annual Winter University in Moscow on October 2nd and 3rd. With less than 4 weeks to go we invite you to visit the updated agenda and tick your preferred sessions.
While your kids might be right now getting back to school, we invite you to do the same in less than 4 weeks at EBAN's annual Winter University. Come and learn from some of Europe's most recognised experts and practitioners on early stage investment and contribute with your own ideas and experience.
Some short links to help you with your participation:
- Winter University Agenda
- BootCamp Detailed agenda
(special fees for EBAN & NBAA members; special package for those willing to also attend the BootCamp)
- The Venue
- Plan your trip (Hotel
Learn more about the Winter University and register on wumoscow2013.com
How did Russia become an attractive investment destination
"Not as long as a couple of years ago, Russia’s investment scene was considered as risky, often attributed with arguments of state’s monopoly, legal insecurities, corruption and overall unstable economic circumstances. Nowadays, foreign investment chances have dramatically changed for the better thanks to the growth of economy and government’s initiatives, enabling early stage capital to find its ways in Russia." Read full article here
Together for the European Business Angels Week
EBAN is organising the first European week dedicated to angel investing. Our overall goals for the week are to:
- Increase the number of angel investors
- Skyrocket the €5b angel market to new investment records
- Bring investors and entrepreneurs together
- Invite different organisations to working closer with angel investors
We are inviting EBAN members and other organisations to set up debating sessions together with EBAN during the week of 18th-24th November to debate these goals and increase angel investment awareness across Europe and in different sectors. Would you like to learn more on how to collaborate download the information package
or contact email@example.com
Impact Investment Committee
Is your goal to make a difference in the world?
EBAN is seeking "impact" oriented investors and experts to join our working committee dedicated to increasing awareness and improving practices of investors operating or willing to operate in this people-planet-profit focused arena. Find more information about the committee here
or contact the Secretariat.
In case you have skipped EBAN's White Paper on Impact Investing you can download it here
Hedda Pahlson-Moller, Coordinator of the Impact Investment Committee
The Opportunities Behind Angel Investments in Turkey
by Safak Herdem, HERDEM&Co.
«Turkey is projected to be regional destination with investment incentives and tax benefits. In parallel with these regulations, small businesses are expected to be in the spotlight of angel investors.»
Top Business Angel Trend: Crowd Recruiting
by David Drake
«In the U.K., angel investors are leveraging crowdfunding for the first time. This ultra-exclusive group of private investors is using crowdfunding to two ends: to pool its money with smaller investors, and to recruit and train new members.»
EBAN increases its reach to 35 countries worldwide