UKBAA Angel Investment Awards

6th June 2018

Newable is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the prestigious UKBAA Awards in five fantastic categories!

The categories are as follows:

Best New Entrant to the Angel Investment

Best Investment in AI Tech

Best Investment in IoT 2018 

Best Investment in MedTech 2018

Best Female Led Angel Investment

Now in its 14th year, the annual UKBAA Angel Investment Awards celebrate high growth and success in the angel and early-stage investment market – recognising the fastest growing brands and acknowledging the founders, angels, crowd funders and early-stage venture capital investors behind them. Open to both companies and investors, these Awards seek to recognise the year’s most disruptive new market entrants and provide a definitive list of the most exciting ‘ones to watch’ in the angel and early-stage investment space.

 Winners are announced at the UKBAA Investment Awards Dinner, taking place on the 19th June, in the awe-inspiring Liverpool Cathedral, which will bring together over 400 leading players from across the early-stage investment community to join in celebrations. Guests will enjoy a sparkling drinks reception, sumptuous three course dinner, guest speaker and the presentation of the awards.

 If you would like to join us in toasting our success and hopefully see us be crowned the winner, please take advantage of the shortlisted rates and book here

 

 Newable Ventures Limited (FRN 795277) is an Appointed Representative of Larpent Newton & Co Ltd. Larpent Newton & Co Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN 141275.
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