UK Business Angels Association


The UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) is the national trade association representing angel and early stage investment. Angel investing is part of a £1.5bn EIS investment market in the UK – the single largest source of early stage capital in this country.

The Angel community in the UK is fast growing and also very diverse, reflecting a range of different investment models and approaches. UKBAA’s members include angel networks, syndicates, individual investors, early stage VCs, equity crowdfunding platforms, accelerators as well as professional advisers and intermediaries.

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Upcoming Events

UK Angel Investment Forum 2016
9:00 – 17:00
Date: 27 January 2016
Venue:  250 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4AA

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The annual UK Angel Investment Forum returns on 27 January 2016, bringing together the UK’s most influential early stage investors and high growth tech startups for a day of thought-leadership debate and networking in the heart of London.

Each year the UK Business Angels Association annual winter event attracts over 300 angels and early stage investment players, focusing on key topics and trends that face the industry today.

Join the UK Angel Investment community this coming January. Meet and connect with private investors, entrepreneurs, angel networks, venture capitalists, accelerators and all those involved in backing the UK’s innovating entrepreneurs.

Now in its 10th successful year, the Forum attracts leading figures from across the Angel and risk capital industry from across the UK. This year’s Forum will focus on the future of Angel investing: What will angel investing look like in 2020?

Hear from a fantastic range of speakers including: the founder of and serial investor Andy Phillipps; Head of AngelList Europe Andy Chung; ex-CEO of LoveFilm and Partner of BGF Ventures £200m Fund Simon Calver; Simon Murdoch  Partner at Episode 1 Ventures and the angel behind Shazam, LoveFilm and BetFair; and Kerry Sharp, Head of the Scottish Investment Bank.