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EIPP matches investors with EU projects, co-organises EBAN Congress

10th July 2019

Portal currently lists 45 health-sector investments

The European Investment Project Portal (EIPP), the EU’s online matchmaking portal, is encouraging investors to register and discover hundreds of exciting companies. As of 15 June 2016, the EIPP listed more than 300 projects, including 45 in the health sector. In keeping with its mission to promote investment, EIPP is partnering with EBAN to co-organise the EBAN Sofia Annual Congress for business angels, taking place on 25-27 June in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The EIPP is a multilingual online platform providing greater visibility and transparency about EU investment projects and opportunities. Launched in June 2016 by the European Commission, the EIPP is a key component of the Investment Plan for Europe, which aims to mobilise the financing of investment projects and create jobs across the EU.

Investors are encouraged to register here. They can find investment opportunities according to their own preferences, using advanced search and filtering criteria.

Start-ups and other projects seeking a minimum of €1 million in investment are invited to sign up here.

Find out more about the EIPP here.

The EBAN Congress

The EBAN Annual Congress is one of Europe’s largest and most international business angel events, this year anticipating more than 300 participants from the early stage investing market as well as 50 startups from all over Europe and beyond.

Register for the conference here.

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