EBAN is the pan-European representative for the early stage investor community gathering over 150 member organizations in more than 50 countries today. Established in 1999 by a group of pioneer angel networks in Europe with the collaboration of the European Commission and EURADA, EBAN represents a sector estimated to invest 11.4 billion Euros a year and playing a vital role in Europe’s future, notably in the funding of SMEs. EBAN fuels Europe’s growth through the creation of wealth and jobs.

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For investors

EBAN is Europe’s leading early-stage investor network. We connect and support business angels, early stage investors, entrepreneurs and corporates throughout the world, with over 150 members in more than 50 countries today.

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For entrepreneuers

EBAN organises two flagship events every year, along with several smaller scale events, which offer entrepreneurs unequalled access to investors, startup coaches and support agencies that can help them scale their business.

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For partners

EBAN is committed to supporting the development of a strong European early stage investment ecosystem and partners with various private, governmental and investor/startup organisations to achieve this goal.

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  • EUIPO and EBAN sign an agreement to empower SMEs

        The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and EBAN, the Europe leading early-stage investors network, have signed a collaboration agreement to promote and encourage activities and services that support small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Both organisations play an essential and complementary role in their shared vision to empower EU SMEs within the EU

    September 21, 2020
  • 8 Reasons Why You Should Move Your Startup to Cork

    (originally posted on https://thenextweb.com/world/2020/09/10/8-reasons-why-you-should-move-your-startup-to-cork/) In a post-COVID recession, new global startup ecosystems are going to be vital to boosting the economy. Founders and entrepreneurs who are looking to relocate their startups should consider a number of factors, including a city with ready access to angel and venture capital funding, as well as a collaborative climate

    September 11, 2020
  • Latitude59 and Estonian Business Angels Network Pitching Competition winners got €400K investment.

    Estonia’s flagship startup and tech conference Latitude59 and Estonian Business Angels Network awarded Adact and ATOM Mobility as the best early-stage companies and both received an investment of €200,000. Latitude59 was held on August 27 and 28 in Tallinn. The conference focused on the topic of social responsibility and the various challenges of start-ups in

    August 31, 2020

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