4NGELS Finland batch starts on September 6

15 August, 2023

FiBAN takes the lead in 4NGELS for Autumn 2023

4NGELS is a cross-border investing program funded by the European Union with the goal of connecting business angels from different European countries together with Estonia, Finland, Slovenia, and Poland. 

The 4NGELS program has wrapped up its first batch that focused on how to invest in Estonia. Now it’s time to learn the tricks and tips about the Finnish startup ecosystem as FiBAN takes the lead in the program for Autumn 2023, starting with the program Kickoff on the 7th of September.

You can join the 4NGELS program flexibly just to learn about an individual startup ecosystem or all of them. Sign up for FiBAN’s batch here.

By joining Autumn 2023 you’ll get

  • Expanded international investor networks.
  • New investment skills & free training on cross-border investing.
  • Learning from experienced lead angels from one of the largest angel networks in Europe.
  • Learn about investing in the happiest country in the world.
  • A possibility to join a cross-border syndicate of angel investors.

Topics of the upcoming training include valuation, due diligence, cross-border legal and taxation, and much more that you’ll learn from peers as well as industry professionals. Convinced? Sign up here.

Participation in the program is free of charge, but participants must cover to cover travel costs, and participation fees in external events, such as startup event tickets, and accommodation. Learn more about the program from CoBIN angels.

For startups

If you’re looking for funding for your startup, stay tuned as we launch our search for startups for the Autumn 2023 batch in September. During the program, startups learn more about how to work with business angels internationally and you’ll have access to several trainings alongside the business angels from Estonia, Finland, Slovenia and Poland. 
For more information about the Finnish batch, contact FiBAN Training and Development Manager Johanna Ahtiainen, johanna.ahtiainen@fiban.org.