How to get the deal done with ABAN President Tomi Davies, top-investors panel and pitches from young and ambitious start-ups: the winners of the Start Me Up Africa event that will take place on the 26th of October. This session will explore the business case for investors to invest in pre- and post-investment technical assistance.
This workshop will give hands-on and practical insights in the Art of Dealmaking.
Get up and close with Tomi Davies, an inspiring entrepreneur from Nigeria and President of the African Business Angels Network and other experienced Africa-focused investors. What’s does a winning pitch look like? How do you execute a deal in regard of Due Diligence, negotiation and term sheets?
Gain valuable insights on the art of dealmaking in the African context during Tomi’s opening remarks or the panel discussion between several experienced Africa-focused investors. Experience how it all is put in to practice when ambitious entrepreneurs: the winners of the Start Me Up Africa event, pitch their winning concept for the panellists. Will they go boom or will they go bust? Come and see for yourself!
This workshop is interesting for (impact) investors and aspiring entrepreneurs alike, it caters anyone nurturing business ideas and/or are interested in learning about new innovative and ambitious start-ups.
The 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 not yet a conversation in place that connects them. ABAN aims to drive and nurture this converstation. In turn, ABAN seeks to further build the industry and improve the climate for startup entrepreneurs.
ABAN began as a consortium of independent investor networks including the Lagos Angels Network (LAN), Cameroon Angel Network (CAN), Ghana Angel Network (GAIN), Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), Silicon Cape and supported by the European Business Angel Network (EBAN), the LIONS Africa Partnership and DEMO Africa. In the interest to connect these African networks, support new investors and new networks, to maximize their impact and to connect African investors to their global counterparts, the need was established to form a pan-African association of angel investor networks and other early stage investors: ABAN.
The Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC) represents the largest member network of Africa-focused companies. This elaborate network has proven invaluable for start-ups to expand their network and increase their know-how. Alternatively, many NABC Members find synergy and common goals within start-ups and draw inspiration from them. This has led to a new start-up friendly membership fee for companies up to three years old: 325,- excl. VAT. For more information contact: Daan.firstname.lastname@example.org.