Meet the first speakers of EstBAN Angel Summit

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12 Aug, 2022

Angel Summit 2022 is approaching fast with and we’re happy to introduce the first speakers out of many to join the biggest angel investing meet up in the region.

Rainer Sternfeld is the managing partner in Nordic Ninja VC, the most active Japanese VC-s in Europe. He is a firm supporter of Cleantech and will be joining Angel Summit as a keynote speaker. 

There’s a historical panel about angel investing in the past, present and future, with Ivar Siimar, President Emeritus and the founder of EstBAN will be joining highly experienced pioneers in angel investing in the Nordics – Riku Asikainen, founder of FIBAN and Jesper Jalbraek, founder and chair of Danish Business Angels network. These guys have years of startup investing history under their belts, and have probably seen, heard and done it all. 

Furthermore Alison Fort, CEO of Katapult Foundation and Impact Partner in Katapult Accelerator, the leaders of meaningful actions in the Nordics, is sharing the thoughts and guidelines on how to choose the impactful startups and steering the way to more sustainable investing. Alison is also an Advisory Group member for the new Multi-Generational Leadership Programme at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. So she definitely knows what she’s talking about and you can pick her brain at the event.

More speakers to be added in the lineup here as we go. Can’t wait to see everyone in Tallinn on October the 20th!
The next increase in the ticket prices will be on August 15th so be sure to secure your tickets over the weekend!

In case you have any questions about Angel Summit, EstBAN or anything else we might help with, ping our team!

EstBAN Angel Summit 2022 is organised with Ekspress Meedia. 

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