The “Women in Angel Investing” Session in JHB was hosted by Innovation Summit, GoBeyond Investing and SABAN on May 16th.
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“A winner culture is important, but a failure culture is even more important. Most start ups don’t survive.” Peter Jungen #SABANBreakfast — SABANnetwork (@SABANnetwork) March 24, 2017 Angel breakfast with legendary European angel Peter Jungen. Thanks @SABANnetwork pic.twitter.com/7LVsQF1vnp — Abu Cassim (@ABCassim) March 24, 2017
We’re excited to be joining @ABANAngels and World Bank hold a roundtable at JSE on Angel Investing in Africa! pic.twitter.com/9eWhY2Q6Nb — SABANnetwork (@SABANnetwork) March 15, 2017
SABAN hosted an Angel Investor Masterclass at Rise in Cape Town with Newtown Partners’ Llew Claasen and about 25 prospective or current Angel investors. Here some insight snippets: Many startups fail because of the inability of the entrepreneur to execute on the opportunity” Angel Investors utilise their own experience and network to extend the start […]
It’s a particularly busy time in the South African entrepreneur-investor world over the next week as Johannesburg hosts GEC 2017 – the Global Entrepreneurship Congress. SABAN is co-hosting cocktails for investors and agripreneurs on Wednesday 15th March, contact us if interested in attending. This afternoon SABAN hosts its first angel investor training session in Cape […]
Sara Weinheimer, Founder of podcast series BroadMic looks at her top 5 lessons learned in years of angel investing. The article was published on linkedin. When I first started out as an angel investor, I didn’t know any other women who were doing what I was doing. If you look at the data, my experience […]
There is light ahead on the tough, dark road faced by local entrepreneurs, with the launch of the South African Business Angel Network (SABAN), a professional association for the early stage investor community reports Linda Doke for itweb.co.za In South Africa, more money is chasing fewer deals. – Mvi Hlophe SABAN co-founder SABAN is part […]
South Africa needs more risk investors, particularly those aimed at investing in talented black entrepreneurs that struggle to access mentorship and funding. Written and published by Stephen Timm on smallbusinessinsight.org Speaking on Thursday at the Cape Town launch of the South African Business Angel Network (Saban) Entrepreneur and SABAN advisor Vuyisa Qabaka (pictured below) said while the venture […]
And launch of the Wall of Fame for Technology Enabled Businesses in the Western Cape South Africa’s pursuit of a more equitable and growing economy requires exponential growth in entrepreneurial mindset and endeavour. Angel investors have a critical role to play in achieving this growth – they bring the networks, acumen and access to financing […]