Henley Business Angels (HBA), which operates from Henley Business School at the University of Reading, is a network of experienced business leaders, successful entrepreneurs and investors. The network’s aim is to facilitate opportunities for members to invest in and mentor (S)EIS registered early stage businesses launched by entrepreneurs who graduated from or are connected with the Henley Business School and University of Reading. Read more about Henley Business Angels.
Henley Business Angels was shortlisted for the Syndicate of the Year Award at the UKBAA Angel Investment Awards 2019! This Award recognises the most active and impactful Angel Syndicate or Group in the UK, making not only a significant number of investments during the past year, but also bringing strong added value to support the growth and success of their portfolio, especially through the role of a lead angel(s).
HBA is part of the Henley Business School at the University of Reading, operating under Henley Business Angels Ltd, and is one of the many initiatives directed by the Henley Centre of Entrepreneurship.
Applications are open throughout the year, with presentations to HBA members held quarterly. Our upcoming company presentations event to HBA members will be held on 9 September 2021. Applications for the next round will close on 26 July 2021.
Because of the COVID-19 outbreak and the government rules prohibiting gatherings HBA plans to host the next Company Presentations online via video conferencing. Please check in regularly with the website for further details about the next event.
The timetable for the current round can be found here.
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