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London syndicate to invest EUR 3 into Irish tech start-ups

Thursday 31 May 2018 | 09:46 CET | News
A new London syndicate has put aside EUR 3 million to invest in Irish tech, ed tech and healthcare start-ups, Silicon Republic reported. The syndicate was formed by the Halo Business Angel Network and plans to invest the money in six Irish companies over the next 12 months, that have ambitions to expand into export markets, including the UK. The new network follows the establishment of the New York-based Digital Irish Angels, HBAN's first international syndicate, earlier this year.

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