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African Business Angel Network

African Business Angel Network (ABAN) is a pan African non-profit association founded to support the development of early stage investor networks across the continent and to get many more (early stage) investors excited about the opportunities in Africa.
ABAN seeks to promote a culture of Angel investing across Africa. There are networks emerging across the continent, but there is yet a conversation in place that connects them. There is a sincere need to collect/develop best practices and to make this knowledge available. To create a resource and contact point for promoting new networks and/or supporting other stakeholders looking to get involved in building the ecosystem. Also to engage private sector investors and to offer some guidance on investing into African borne innovations. In turn, ABAN seeks to further build the industry and improve the climate for startup entrepreneurs.


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Aims of the association
The 3 key focus areas for our programs, research and partnerships are: Capacity building: support existing network, help develop new networks, training of individual angel investors, enable co-investing, exchange knowledge, contribute to & initiate research. Advocacy; representing angel investor networks and early stage investors across the continent, ABAN will work with governments and other regulators to stimulate early stage investing, lobby for tax incentives or similar schemes. Cross Pollination: early stage investing does not happen in isolation. We are cooperating with accelerators, incubators, business schools, government bodies, etc. to help maximze’s Africa’s entrepreneurial potential.
Mailing address The association is member / partner of
Address: 35 Cybercity
City: Ebene
Post code: 72201
Country: Mauritius
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Telefax: Web site: abanangels.org
  
  Mr. David van Dijk
General Director, Co-Founder

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Business Angels in Africa Business Angels in Africa
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