Henley Business Angels: Recruiting Investors and Inviting Entrepreneurs Seeking Seed Finance

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Henley Business Angels

03 September 2018

Henley Business Angels (HBA) will be celebrating its second anniversary in October 2018. Since its establishment its membership has grown steadily and members have invested in 13 companies. We’d like to do more.

Become an investor

HBA are currently recruiting more members, for the purpose of building entrepreneurship and providing opportunities to invest in businesses started by entrepreneurs who are based in the Thames Valley. There are many benefits to becoming a member of HBA, including access to carefully selected businesses for investment, invitations to a full programme of events held at the Henley Business School throughout the year, recruitment from the School’s talented undergraduate and masters (including MBA) students and access to extensive library resources and up-to-date research material from the School’s faculty, relevant to the entrepreneurial activity.

If you are interested in joining HBA and are a successful business leader, self-made entrepreneur and can self-certify as a high net worth individual or sophisticated investor, we would be delighted to hear from you. For a conversation on becoming a member of HBA, contact Jurek Sikorski by email or phone call (see below). You can find out how to apply at http://henleybusinessangels.com/investors/

Introduce entrepreneurs

We are inviting applications from entrepreneurs seeking seed equity finance. So if you are or know of a Thames Valley based entrepreneur who is raising/planning to raise seed finance we would be delighted to receive applicaitons. All applications can be made throughout the year, with four closing dates for pitch events. Entrepreneurs should vist www.henleybusinessangels.com/entrepreneurs/ for the full details.

Contact:

Jurek Sikorski
Founder & Director HBA
Executive Director Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship
Email: jurek.sikorski@henley.ac.uk
DD: 0118 378 8188

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