Business Angels Investment: On the side of the angels

Angels are playing an increasingly important part in stimulating business - and that trend is set to continue, writes Margaret O'Brien.

25th May, 2014
Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton with Michael Culligan, national director of HBAN, and EBAN president Paulo Andrez at the opening of the European Business Angel Congress 2014.

By MARGARET O'BRIEN

Those with disposable finance, business experience, an appetite for risk and who like to see small businesses grow, make ideal business angels.

The good news is that Ireland’s band of business angels is on the increase and the successful staging of the 14th annual European Business Angel Network’s (EBAN) Congress in Dublin earlier this week, should translate into greater interest and further growth of Ireland’s business angel community....

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