ABAN ‘Angel Investing in Africa’ Breakfast Roundtable
Wed, 15 March 2017, 08:00-09:30 – Johannesburg Stock Exchange
Angel Investing across Africa is in its infancy, however there are some pioneering organizations across the continent who lead the way in advising, mentoring and funding early stage ventures. What can we learn from these pioneers?
On Wednesday March 15, ABAN in partnership with InfoDev / the World Bank is bringing together a cross section of African angel investors to discuss the state of angel investing in Africa and debate the roadmap for the future. The Breakfast roundtable will take place at the Dining Room at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange 08:00 – 09:30. Doors open 07:30.
A |ight breakfast will be served.
This is an invite-only closed door event.
Apply to attend at: email@example.com
Investor Cocktail Evening
Wed, 15 March 2017, 18:30-21:30 – GIBS Business School, 26 Melville Rd, Johannesburg.
Angel Investors are warmly invited to attend a cocktail evening – hosted by ABAN in partnership with VC4A, SABAN, EBAN and the South African Department of Science and Technology – at GIBS Business School, early evening March 15.
This is an exciting opportunity to meet some of the world’s leading investors and engage with special guests from the GBAN investor community as well as the finalists of the Global Agripreneurs Summit.
Drinks|and canapés will be served.
This event is for investors and by invitation only.
More Info and RSVP: Click Here.
|Organizer||African Business Angel Network|
|Location|| Johannesburg, South Africa|
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