Irish angel investors put more money into start-ups

Average investment rose 18% in 2019 to €255,000 from €215,000

Hban investors have ploughed more than €16.8 million into Irish start-ups last year.

Hban investors have ploughed more than €16.8 million into Irish start-ups last year.

Investors associated with the Halo Angel Business Network (Hban) put a combined €16.8 million into 66 Irish start-ups last year.

This is a dramatic increase on the €9.3million invested in 44 companies in 2018.

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