The Italian Business Angel Network has been founded in March 1999 in the framework of a project launched by the European Commission – DG Enterprise. Today IBAN is a strong organisation with associates BANs with more than 450 Business Angels across Italy. In 2017, its members invested more than 19 million EUR in 117 deals.
BANN is he Dutch federation of business angels networks and has 33 business angels networks as full member, representing around 6.000 business angels. BANN estimates that the Dutch business angels market has a investment size between the €150-200 million per year, with BANN representing 30% of this market.
FranceAngels represents 70 BA Networks across the country. It has three core goals: promote investment by Business Angels in France, represent the Business Angels with French and European public and private institutions, and federate Business Angels and professionalize their action by promoting the exchange of "good practices",
The Belgian BAN-market has been consolidated to 2 major networks covering the whole country: BeAngels and BAN Vlaanderen. The two networks together count more than 450 business angels. In 2017, their members accounted for more than €7,5 million in investments.
BAND is the first angel federation in Europe, starting in 1998. As the national association of the angel investment market with more than 50 member organizations, BAND is the speaker of the German Business Angels and Business Angel networks towards politicians and the public. All in all, BAND represents the German angel market with about 7,500 angels investing € 650m per year.
BAE CLUB MEMBERS
The Club of more than 150 members mainly acquires minority stakes in innovative start-ups and small enterprises, in all sectors of innovation. It has invested more than 10 million euros in more than 20 companies. Thanks to a network of co-investors, these companies have received more than 40 million euros in capital funding.
CEO Angels Club is a group of senior executives and entrepreneurs related to Bulgaria investing their own money in early stage startups in return for equity. Our members make their own investment decisions and they can invest together or individually. CEO BAN is the strongest angel network in Bulgaria.
APER supports startups based on our previous experience as well as through a unique model of co-investment with a network of business angels, who are often experienced entrepreneurs who, by investing their own funds directly in a startup, add value to it in the form of business experience and relationships.
Anges Québec’s mission is to help its angel investor members obtain the most profitable return on their angel investments. To this end, Anges Québec identifies the best entrepreneurs in innovation and real estate promotors while supporting its members who invest in businesses meeting their criteria.
The International Network for Small and Medium Enterprises is a legally recognized not-for-profit association working under the auspices of the OECD. The Association gathers innovation and technology transfer stakeholders including governmental bodies, international organizations, business organizations, chambers of commerce on an international scale.
Allied For Startups’ mission is to connect startups with policymakers from around the world. By building a global network of startups, entrepreneurs, VCs, and advocacy organisations, we will work together to create a worldwide consensus on policies that positively impact startups and grow digital entrepreneurship and the digital economy.
European Super Angels Club offers more than just an international network of investors. We connect you with partner funds (Venture Capital) and leading corporates all over Europe, as we believe in pan-European growth stories. We have partnered for events, deal-flow and started to co-invest with several corporates, and we are growing our network every day.