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Cork says halo to Angel Network

Wednesday, 27th November, 2019 4:40pm

Get ready Cork, 300 business leaders are coming!

It comes as the county has been picked as the destination for the European Business Angel Network (EBAN), 21st Annual Congress.

Launched in Brussels this week, the EBAN Cork 2020 Congress will take place from 10-12 June and will see more than 300 business leaders, early stage investors, business angels, VCs, entrepreneurs, accelerators, seed funds and start-ups descend on Leeside for the event.

The Congress will be hosted by CorkBIC with support from Cork City Council and Cork County Council.

“This is a significant opportunity for Cork to partner with EBAN to host this unique European Business event here in Cork,” said Michael O'Connor, CEO of CorkBIC and EBAN board member.

Dr Hermann Hauser, serial entrepreneur and angel investor, co-founder of Amadeus Capital, will lead the keynotes at EBAN Cork 2020.

Hermann has successfully developed and financed 150 plus high-tech companies whilst offering inspiration and mentorship to the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Also participating will be 2017 World Angel Investor Peter Cowley, whose track record includes investment in more than 70 early stage companies, along with entrepreneur and international telecommunications expert Candace Johnson.

To secure an early bird ticket for EBAN 2020 and to view details of the three-day event visit ebancork2020.com.

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