The four Breton business angels networks (Armor Angels, Bretagne Sud Angels, Finistère Angels and Logoden) gathered to form one regional coordination body. They provide financial support to project leaders, accompany them, bringing skills, experience and professional networks.
Active / Non-Active:
Specific focus on Blue Economy mentioned?
no, but several past supports related to blue economy initiatives
Finaqui Business Angels brings together investors and entrepreneurs to discover, analyse and support both financially and professionally promising projects born in Nouvelle Aquitaine region. They organise events and conferences to bring together the various players in the region. In parallel, they invest in equity or quasi-equity through an investment company.
Halo Business Angel Network is responsible for the development of business angel activity and angel syndicates on the island of Ireland. HBAN provides qualified deal flow to investors who want to be part of the journey in creating great Irish companies, scaling globally and making returns to their shareholders.
Malaga Business Angels is an initiative promoted by the public company Tourism and Planning Costa del Sol, whose objective is to facilitate the financing of business projects in the province of Malaga by putting their promoters in contact with potential investors.
Active / Non-Active:
Though it is promoted by a public company on Tourism, there is no mention that projects should be only connected to this sector.
This programme of the SODERCAN Group aims to bring small and medium-sized companies, new or in the growth phase, closer to private investors. Its objective is to provide a financing alternative for business projects related to innovation, technology and R&D through private investors who will contribute their resources, experience, knowledge and contacts to new business projects. SODERCAN deals with putting potential investors in contact with projects whose interests, characteristics and needs coincide, and connects with the business angels network "BANs Cantabria".
The Rubicon focus is to develop Ireland’s next generation of start-ups, which have the potential to develop and employ more than one person. As an innovation Centre for entrepreneurs, the Rubicon Centre is here to help, encourage & give support to people who present a unique idea or highlight a market niche.