Tuesday March 31, 2020

New network aims to provide €6 million in business funding

A new initiative backed by Enterprise Ireland and Intertrade Ireland is hoping to link start-up companies up with investors and secure an estimated €6 million in funding for new businesses.

19th September, 2009

A new initiative backed by Enterprise Ireland and Intertrade Ireland is hoping to link start-up companies up with investors and secure an estimated €6 million in funding for new businesses.

The Halo Business Angels Network (HBAN) has been established to act as a network through which companies and angel investors can connect.

The new organisation will focus heavily on preparing new companies to meet investors and hopes that it will attract investors to use the...

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