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The UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) is the national trade association for angel and early-stage investment, representing over 650 members that collectively deploy in excess of £2bn per annum.

Our members include angel groups, individual investors, early-stage VCs, equity investment platforms, family offices, universities and accelerators.

We are a not-for-profit organisation, run by and for our members.

We're hiring!

Programme Manager, London/online, £25k-£30k

We’re looking for an ambitious Programme Manager to join our team and take ownership of some of our existing programmes.

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Our Work

CONNECTING

We work to build better connectivity across the investment landscape through our programme of events, our online investment platform and our network of angel hubs.

REPRESENTING

Through research and collaboration, we work with industry to define market challenges and champion change to government, opinion formers and business leaders.

PROMOTING

From providing market intelligence on key trends to reporting on new developments in the investment landscape, we raise awareness and understanding of early-stage investing as an asset class.

EDUCATING

We upskill and professionalise both the investor and founder community through elearning courses, workshops and roundtables. Improving the capacity to effectively deploy, and successfully raise, early-stage capital.

Our Board

Simon Calver
Simon Calver
Chairman

Partner
BGF Ventures

Jenny Tooth OBE
CEO

UK Business Angels Association

Stephen Pegge
Stephen Pegge
Director

Managing Director Commercial Finance at UK Finance

Sarah Turner
Sarah Turner
Director

Founder, Angel Academe

Tom Britton
Tom Britton
Director

Co-Founder, Syndicate Room

Alan Watts
Alan Watts
Director

Director of Capital Match at Catalyst Inc

Our Team

Jenny Tooth OBE
CEO
Roderick Beer
Managing Director
Katryn Wales
Katryn Wales
Head of Programmes
Thomas Charles
Membership Manager
Gemma Lakin
Events Manager
Pip Ellwood-Hughes
Pip Ellwood-Hughes
Digital Manager