HBAN introduced 200 start-ups to investors in 2016

Halo Business Angel Network currently on the hunt for fresh investment funds

“Every year hundreds of start-ups seeking funding approach us. It is our job to assess them, and identify which ones are investment-ready before introducing them to potential investors”

“Every year hundreds of start-ups seeking funding approach us. It is our job to assess them, and identify which ones are investment-ready before introducing them to potential investors”

More than 200 start-ups were set up with an introduction to investors by the Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) in 2016, according to new figures.

While not every pitch resulted in a successful match, some 25 per cent of the start-ups – 50 companies – found an investor as a result.

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